Key Communicators are parent representatives from each District school building who meet with the superintendent each month from September to May to discuss educational issues and then report about the discussion to other parents from their school.
Following each meeting, a report is produced to assist Key Communicators in their discussions with their peers and so that all administrators are reminded of current topics of parental interest.
Mission Statement: Key Communicators are ambassadors, providing a liaison between parents, the community, and the administration. They work collaboratively to foster open discussions, build trust, raise awareness, and solve problems.
Key Communicator Belief Statements
- Integrity, trust, compassion, and open communication are hallmarks of an excellent educational community.
- Contributing partners in the educational process include all students, families, district staff, and the community.
- Collaboration within and among schools, families, and community partners is essential to meet the needs of each student.
- Our ultimate goal is to make a positive difference for our students.
Please check with the PTO at your school for additional information about the District Key Communicators program.