See Me, Hear Me: A Conversation With Tomorrow’s Leaders, April 28, 2018

Students from two Princeton High School leadership groups, the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) and PULSE (Pride, Unity, Leadership, Sisterhood, Esteem) will be hosting our 2nd annual student conference, See Me, Hear Me: A Conversation with Tomorrows’ Leaders on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at Princeton High School (PHS). The event will allow students, staff and community members to exchange views about some of the most pressing educational and community issues facing students in our diverse educational community. The event will be open to the community and will include a guest speaker. The event will also include small group discussions, a student-led panel discussion, and a lunch to allow participants to further engage and encourage our student leaders of tomorrow. The event is made possible through an NJEA PRIDE Grant, Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) of Princeton Public Schools.

Students from the two PHS leadership groups, the PHS Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) and PULSE (Pride, Unity, Leadership, Sisterhood, Esteem) will partner with members of the teaching staff for this conference/roundtable event. Community members, parents, staff members and all who attend will be treated to lively conversations with the students about their perspective on school, community, personal issues and concerns that affect their educational experiences.

Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018

Time: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Location: Princeton High School – Cafeteria

151 Moore Street, Princeton, NJ

Lunch is courtesy of Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) through a grant received from the New Jersey Education Association

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