On Wednesday, Dec. 5, in the Community Room at John Read Middle School at 7 p.m. Redding School District parents as well as the community at-large are invited to participate in a Community Roundtable on the topic of Personalized Learning. Facilitating the conversation will be Dr. Bernard Josefsberg, superintendent of schools, the Redding Board of Education and Parent Teacher Association leadership.
In September, the Redding Board of Education reflected on its positive legacy of personalized learning as the hallmark of its public schools. In October, parents were emailed a survey and asked to reflect on how the variety of personalized learning opportunities in the Redding schools benefits their child’s learning. Dr. Josefsberg shared the survey results at the Board of Education’s November meeting.
The Community Roundtable aims at extending the public dialogue. Parents will be able to engage with other parents and to further express their thoughts about this important topic.
“The Redding Board of Education strives to provide a progressive, diverse and personalized education to Redding students, both academically and developmentally. Parent feedback and community input will be invaluable as we enter the budget planning cycle and refine the educational opportunities available to all students. Please join us on Dec. 5,” the school board said in its release.