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"Re-imagining the Plainfield Public Schools" forum offered by PEA Thursday

Header from the PEA flyer for tonight's meeting.

Concerned about the high turnover rate in the Plainfield Public Schools, the Plainfield Education Association (PEA), the union representing the district's teachers and staff, has set a Community Forum for Thursday evening (October 19) in the cafetorium at the District Administration Building. The meeting gets under way at 6:30 PM.

The meeting is intended to provide an opportunity for parents, families and Plainfield residents to engage in a conversation about the state of the Plainfield school district, including problems such as high staff turnover.

The public is warmly invited. Translators will be on hand, and food will be served. No reservations are necessary.

The District Administration Building is at 1200 Myrtle Avenue. Some parking is available down the driveway and behind the building, with entrance directly to the cafetorium. There is also parking on Myrtle Avenue, with entrance through the front door.

  -- Dan Damon [follow]
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