The Education Committee of the SW Common Council
6-7 pm on Zoom
For Zoom Link, Contact John Boutet at firstname.lastname@example.org
PDF of minutes: SWCC Education Committee Minutes 2022-10-26.pdf
Joe Baldino School #29 Principal, 490-2245, email@example.com
John Boutet SWCC Education Committee Chair, 328-4271, firstname.lastname@example.org
Eleanor Coleman Rotary SW, CCFCS YouthBuild, 224-5119, email@example.com
Alicia Evans Common Ground Health, 210-2425, Alicia.firstname.lastname@example.org
Cecilia Golden Education Leader, 680-9317, email@example.com
Lentory Johnson Light the Way/GEM, 749-3494, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lee Loomis School #10 Volunteer Tutor, email@example.com
Victor Saunders Adv to Mayor on Viol Prev, 428-7406, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lieselle Taylor Director of Community Schools, email@example.com
The 2021-22 Monroe County Youth Risk Behavior Survey Report (prepared by Monroe County Dept of Public Health) is available on line.
Read our PlayROCs the RCSD report about the state of active play in Rochester
Lea nuestro informe PlayROCs el RCSD sobre el estado del juego activo en Rochester https://media.cmsmax.com/ravk3pgz5ktlujs1r08ci/cgh-41-cgh-playrocs-report-r8-spa.pdf
Rescue Recess! Sign the pledge to support daily, active play in the RCSD. https://www.healthikids.org/our-priorities/the-power-of-play/recess
Alicia will now be working with School #10 and #19 on increasing physical activity, healthy foods, etc. Ongoing need for getting volunteers to help with “Walking School Buses,” to assist children getting to and from school.
Promote education around the importance of ensuring that children have physical activity, which supports mental health and academics. Should not have to fight for recess.
Important to make sure bikes and bike locks are available. Need to rally schools, parents and partners to make this happen. Note: Safety is an issue; We need to teach bike safety and identify safe routes. What about inclement weather?
Reconnect Rochester offers bike education designed to attract more people in our community to discover the health and financial benefits of using a bike to get around.
We deliver bike education in a wide variety of settings including workplaces, college campuses, health care facilities, public libraries, schools, and community groups. Businesses often present bike education as a “lunch n’ learn” opportunity for their employees, but we’re up for anything! https://www.rcommunitybikes.net/ http://www.walkingschoolbus.org/
The Walking School Bus: Combining Safety, Fun and the Walk to School
Howard Maffucci is inviting you to a scheduled RCPB Zoom meeting. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86311589474 Meeting ID: 863 1158 9474
1. Feedback on Board of Regents "Blue Ribbon Committee for Graduation Expectations":
David & Tricia
2. Feedback on Rich Ryan's Chapter on Student Motivation & Follow-up: Dan
3. RASE Feedback from 10/27 Meeting:
4. BoE Candidate Search Meeting concerns: Dan
5. RORE Charter School Proposal Meeting:
6. Proposal for Center for Govt. Research Initiative on "Student Interest in Exploring Racism":
7. Increasing Coalition Diversity Proposals: Dan
8. Alternative to "Anti-Racism PD" language: Dan
9. Feedback on Regents Turner/Norwood Meeting: Ed
10. Supt. Search:
11. Other Business:
12: Next meeting: Friday, Nov. 11th, 4:00 pm?
Addendum: Dan Drmacich will try to have Caterina Leone-Mannino at meeting to explore if Diane Ravitch's blog about TNTP is correct. In it TNTP sounds pretty bad and serves to promote privatization.
Scribe Services: Eleanor Coleman, CFC YouthBuild & Rotary, 224 -5119, firstname.lastname@example.org