Four ways you can engage with the Great to World Class Campaign
Have a conversation with our Royal Reps! The first step in our strategic visioning Great to World Class process is a student-led community engagement campaign. When you're out and about this summer, you might see our Royal Reps, a group of 25 students and five staff members, in their royal blue and white t-shirts armed with iPads, engaging students, staff, parents, and community members. They will ask folks to dream big about what Hopkins can and should become. The responses they gather will inform our next steps. Want to know where the Royal Reps will be this summer? You can view their schedule here.
Provide us with feedback. In the weeks to come, we will be posting an online questionnaire for students, parents, alumni, and community members to fill out. Using an interactive format, those who participate will be able to view what others post as well as vote on the solutions that best represent what they think Hopkins should be. Keep checking back for details on how to engage this way.
Sign up to be part of a fall visioning focus group. What's our collective purpose and identity? What are our core values and how do they inform our vision for the future? What should learning spaces look, feel, and sound like in the year 2025 or 2030? These are some of the important questions we'll address as a community during the 2018-19 school year. We're looking for parents and community members to join focus groups that will meet several times during the fall. We need your input on what should stay and what should go. Email Bobbi.McLaird@HopkinsSchools.org for more information.
Look for more updates on ways to become involved later this fall.
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