The Big Conversation Partnership for Dismantling Racism & Privilege in Southern Maryland invites you to attend a panel and small group discussions on the subject of, “Progress and Challenges in Our Schools”

WHAT:       A panel and community-wide civil conversation on progress and challenges in the public schools of Southern Maryland.

WHEN:       Sunday, January 13, 2019, 2:00 -5:00 PM

WHERE:    Patuxent High School

                              12485 Southern Connector Boulevard

                              Lusby, MD 20657

WHO:         Dr. Daniel Curry, Superintendent CCPS

Dr. Janice Walthour, President St Mary’s Branch                                   NAACP & retired teacher      

Guffrie M. Smith, Jr, teacher, & administrator in CCPS for 33 years, 7 years with Maryland State Department of Education     

Other invited representatives of the Southern Maryland Community

You, concerned citizens of Southern Maryland

WHY:          Information and discussion regarding perceived and actual needs and challenges in the public schools of Southern Maryland in regards to: achievement, diversity, equity, teacher recruitment, discipline, student outcomes, workforce & community engagement

This event is sponsored by the Big Conversation Partnership for Dismantling Racism & Privilege in Southern Maryland, including:

Middleham and St. Peter’s Episcopal Parish, All Saints Episcopal Church, Emmanuel SDA Church, Patuxent Quaker Friends, Calvert County Public Schools, Calvert Library, Calvert County Branch NAACP, St. Mary’s County Branch NAACP, Mediation Centers of Calvert and St. Mary’s Counties. Concerned Black Women of Calvert County, Harriet Elizabeth Brown Scholars 

For additional information contact The Big Conversation by email at bigcon@gmail.com or 410-326-4948.

Website: http://www.middlehamandstpeters.org/christian-formation/big-conversation/

Schedules

  • Occurred Sunday, January 13th, 2019 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Venue

Patuxent High School

2485 Southern Connector Blvd
Lusby, MD 20657

Contact

Middleham and St. Peter's Episcopal Church