Legislative Action Committee Encourages
Participate In Your Government
Collinsville Group 1st Meeting Tuesday
were two of the top objectives stated by other similar PLACs in Oklahoma (increasing
funding for education & a reduction in unproductive testing). The Collinsville
group will have a chance to set their own priorities in future meetings. The
sheet below is a sample of the information provided here Tuesday March 11, 2014
by the new non-partisan group. Direct parent contact with legislators was a
primary approach encouraged by the group.
kickoff meeting in Collinsville for the new PLAC was well attended. Parents,
teachers, school administrators, and the school board were well represented.
I was guessing about 100 ... the new PLAC facebook page says 83 which must have
been the ones that signed in.
|Melissa Abdo (a Jenks
School Board member) was the primary speakee here Tuesday describing how
similar groups have been operating in Oklahoma.
To inform parents, educators, and citizens of Collinsville, Oklahoma of
legislation that will impact the children in Collinsville Public Schools.
a few of the other activities in town at the same time possibly keeping the
audience smaller than it might have been ...
Parents Group Forming
Area PLAC (Parent Legislative Action Committee) will hold its
first monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 11th, from 7:00pm-8:00pm
at the Collinsville Education Service Center, 1902 W. Maple.
a nonpartisan group with the goal of increasing parent and community
awareness about legislative issues impacting public education
in Oklahoma. PLAC is a pro-education group that works with the
school administration, teachers, parents and community to improve
Oklahoma kids' education.
including surrounding communities are welcome to attend. This
cause knows no districts. Please plan to attend to show our
kids and schools that we do care about their future.
To Improve Oklahoma Kids' Education