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The ETHS District 202 Board of Education will host a community conversation  from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 27 in the school’s Welcome Center (E112), 1600 Dodge Ave.

The conversation, open to the public, will cover the topics of progress since the District adopted is goals and the management of the work to achieve them.

The District 202 Board adopted the 2017-2022 District Goals in May 2016 with input from ETHS students, parents/guardians, staff, and community members. In conjunction with the Board’s Equity & Excellence Mission Statement, the goals are designed to close academic achievement gaps and prepare all students for success after high school.

 “Community feedback has been so instrumental in bringing clarity and focus to our equity work,” said ETHS D202 Board president Pat Savage-Williams. 

ETHS community members will have an opportunity to learn about the role of the ETHS D202 Board, hear an update on the implementation of the District’s Goals, and share perspectives on this work. Registration is not required for the Community Conversation event. Spanish language interpretation will be available.

ETHS is wheelchair accessible. Parking is recommended in Lot #1, on Dodge Avenue across from the main entrance.