Monday, January 21, 2019

SVCS Documentary Film Project Information meeting - Thurs Jan 24

SVCS Help Needed in Plymouth - The 7th and 8th grade students are launching a PR/Media campaign to increase enrollment to save the school (as we know it). Our students at Shenandoah Valley Charter School are completing a, "What's Awesome About Our School Documentary Film Project”.  The only traditional charter school in the county in it’s 5th year, has space, and is in the process of a charter renewal for the next 5 years. 

We have an important meeting with Dr Russell, the new County Office of Education Superintendent, for current families, interested families for this year, and those interested in the next five years. It is Thurs 1/24 6-7pm at Shenandoah Valley Charter School. 

We are a small project-based cross-curricular school that focuses on Arts, Agriculture, and Civic Engagement. Documentaries will be played at the meeting and students hope to be able to share they documentary films at upcoming Amador School Board meetings. 

Thank you for your response!

Joy Thompson, Teacher,
Shenandoah Valley Charter School

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