Following months of planning and community-wide discussion, the “Engage in Education” movement is ready to present to the public.
“Engage in Education” brings together various stakeholder groups to enhance public education in Marion County. The goal is to educate stakeholders about Marion County Public Schools and identify solutions to enhance the district and build a stronger, healthier Marion County.
Community members are invited to attend the “Engage in Education” roll-out on Thursday, August 28, at 5:30PM. The meeting takes place inside Forest High School’s auditorium located at 5000 SE Maricamp Road, Ocala, 34480.
Because public schools play such vital roles and serve as community catalysts, Engage in Education promotes opportunities to learn, volunteer, discuss, and find solutions. These solutions might address everything from school reputations and graduation rates to employment skills, career development, and after-college opportunities. The community-wide initiative is on-going and offers perfect opportunity for the public to become involved in their local education system.
For more information, contact Judi Zanetti, executive director of the Public Education Foundation of Marion County, at 352.671.4167 or Judith.Zanetti@marion.k12.fl.us.