By Bruce Felps

The educational and involved parental communities that work today to help shape Woodrow’s tomorrow meet this week to discuss issues at the middle school level.

Members of the Woodrow Wilson Community Council convene at 11:45 a.m., Jan. 19, at J.L. Long Middle School.

Agenda items include a discussion with Principal Danielle Petters on how to keep incoming sixth-graders engaged and involved in school, and plans to start an International Baccalaureate program at the middle school level.

Parents, educators, and community members involved in the Woodrow cluster — feeder schools J.L. Long Middle School, Lakewood, Stonewall Jackson, Lipscomb, O.M. Roberts, Robert E. Lee, Mata, and Mount Auburn elementary schools — make up the Woodrow Wilson Community Council.


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