Camden Announces Partnership to Help Parents Become "Champions" of Education

From the district press release:
March 18, 2015 — Office of the Superintendent, Camden, NJ – At noon today Superintendent Rouhanifard will join Mayor Redd and Salvation Army Maj. Paul Cain to announce a partnership between the District and the Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center.  The Camden Parent Partnership at the Kroc Center will offer District parents a comprehensive package of supports to help them become champions of their child’s education.

The Kroc Center will be the District’s second Camden Parent Partnership site, a critical element of Promise 4: Serving Parents in the Camden Commitment, the District’s strategic plan to give every child access to an excellent school. The news comes just days after the Mayor and Superintendent held meetings with residents in each City ward to discuss the state of their neighborhood public schools.

The Superintendent will join Major Paul Cain in announcing the details of an exciting new education program the Kroc Center will offer to District families. Mayor Redd will also make remarks.
(See here for coverage of those meetings with residents.)