COLUMBUS - This coming Monday, Senate Minority Leader Joe Schiavoni (D-Boardman) and members of the Senate Democratic Caucus will launch a series of trips around the state to gather opinions from parents and educators on ways to improve education in Ohio. The event series, titled “Columbus to the Classroom: Doing our homework on Ohio schools,” will be held in coordination with legislators and community leaders.

On Monday, October 19th, Senator Schiavoni and Senator Charleta B. Tavares (D-Columbus) will visit Eastmoor Academy High School to meet with teachers, administrators, parents, and students. The senators will also take a student-led tour of the school.

The press is invited to attend a portion of Monday’s “Columbus to the Classroom” event.

WHAT:   “Columbus to the Classroom” kickoff event

             Student and Parent Roundtables

WHO:     Senator Joe Schiavoni

             Senator Charleta Tavares

             Community members and educators

WHEN:  Monday, October 19, 2015

            12:00 pm – Student Roundtable

            12:30 pm – Parent Roundtable

WHERE: Eastmoor Academy High School Library

               417 S. Weyant Avenue

               Columbus, OH, 43213

 “Columbus to the Classroom” will have an accompanying website and social media pages, so members of the public can keep updated and offer commentary. 

 
 
 
  
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