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School Talk

School Talk

About School Talk

Community engagement is about building connections. It's about helping our schools relate to our community just as much as it is about helping our citizens relate to our schools. Through community engagement, we seek to create community conversations that result in collaborations through which we take action together to meet challenges facing our children and schools. The result is a greater understanding of community values, deeper understanding of school system goals and high levels of community trust and involvement in its schools.

Our community information video series, School Talk, is designed to provide community residents with more information about school programs and services and to enhance the opportunities for county residents to be involved with the programs and services. Watch School Talk episodes below, in order from newest to oldest.

If you have an idea you would like to see addressed in these videos please contact Gloria Rockhold at grockhold@k12albemarle.org.

The office also is providing a Spanish version, Puntos Latinos.

Episode 4

School Talk guest Frankie Dovel-Morris of the ESOL Program discusses the registration process for ACPS with Gloria Rockhold, Community Engagement Manager.

Episode 3

School Talk guests Diana Bowen and Beth White - both teachers from Western Albemarle High School - discuss the Diversity Resource Teachers program with Gloria Rockhold, Community Engagement Manager.

Episode 2

School Talk Guest Latishia Wilson, Assistant Principal at Stone Robinson Elementary School, joins the Manager of Community Engagement, Gloria Rockhold, to talk about Community Engagement in the schools.

Episode 1

School Board member Diantha McKeel joins the Manager of Community Engagement for Albemarle County Public Schools, Gloria Rockhold, to talk about the duties and responsibilities of members of the School Board and the division's Gold Card program, which benefits senior citizens.

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