HOWELL is hosting it's first PT3 meeting this Monday.
What is Parents and Teachers Talking Together (PT3)?
The PT3 was created by the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, Lexington, KY in 1994, and is used widely in other states to facilitate conversations between parents and teachers focusing on student success. The Parent & Educator Partnership will work with your district or school team to design a session around specific questions, such as "What do we want for our students," and "What do we need to do to get what we want for our students."
The collaborative activity is designed for up to 30 participants, ideally 15 parents and 15 educators; and will range from 2 to 4 hours depending on the desired outcomes. Through the structured dialogue, common priorities are discovered and top ideas are moved into an action plan. For more information you can view the website HERE!
Please come out to the 4 hour session on Monday, even if you did not sign up prior. Childcare will be provided free of charge and lunch will be catered as well. Come be a part of the solution in collaborating with other parents and teachers to determine what we want for our students here at Howell and what we need to do to get what we want for them!