Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Part of the solution

A Birmingham News report on a community forum discussing the City's schools:
The event, organized by state Rep. John Rogers, D-Birmingham, was in response to the Birmingham Board of Education's February decision to close at least 15 schools over the next three years. The plan also calls for several new schools and additions to existing schools. . .
. . . Leona Payne, president of the Jones Valley Neighborhood, said more people need to become involved in the schools.

We hope our music classes at Hill Elementary will give impetus for people to become involved--our teachers, parents, the music community. Walk in the door of the music room at Hill during our classes and you can't help but become passionate about the students. They are amazing and deserve the best education. Mr. Greene and his teachers are delivering.

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