Camden Superintendent Announces New Community Outreach Program

From the press release:
July 29, 2014--Office of the Superintendent, Camden, NJ – Superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard today announced the launch of a month-long outreach effort to ask students, educators, parents, and community members to provide input in developing new school information cards citywide. The school information cards are a critical element of Promise 4: Serving Parents in the Camden Commitment, the District’s strategic plan.

The Let’s Talk About Great Schools campaign will see Rouhanifard and District officials meet with students, parents, teachers, and community members across the City. He is asking residents to share what they most value in their schools, and to voice their opinions on how to measure the progress of Camden’s schools. The outreach effort will also address how the District can best share with the community the progress of each of the 38 public schools that will be open to Camden kids this fall.
Here's coverage from the Courier Post.