Nationally students have experienced a loss of learning coupled with difficult emotional and mental impacts as a result of the pandemic. To what extent are we seeing these trends in the Washoe County School District in the Truckee Meadows Area? Join us as we learn more about the challenges and opportunities in education today.
This month the CDC officially declared the end of the Covid-19 Health Emergency and it is widely recognized that we have entered a post-pandemic reality. What unique changes are teachers and students in our community experiencing? Join us live at the Reno Public Market as we discuss current issues in the classrooms, specific student and teacher needs and evolving supportive services. These professionals will share how educators continue to navigate change and what gives them hope. We'll also identify specific action community members can take to support students, educators and the education system in our region.
May 31st, Live at the Reno Public Market @ 4pm
RSVP appreciated but NOT required!
Visit www.truckeemeadowstomorrow.org/tmtevents for details.
Dr. Susan Enfield, Superintendent for the Washoe County School District
Beth Smith, President, Washoe County School Board and District D Trustee
Joel Peixoto, Principal of G. L. Dilworth Middle School, Washoe County School District
Marrina Martin, Elementary Teacher Smithridge STEM Academy, Washoe County School District
Katherine Loudon, Administrator of School Counseling and Social Work, Washoe County School District
Hosted and Moderated by Sarah Gobbs-Hill, Interim Executive Director of Truckee Meadows Tomorrow
This speaker series is made possible by the generous support of Renown Health,Washoe County Health District, NV Energy, Washoe Education Association (WEA), Truckee Meadows Water Authority and Microsoft.
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