State of the District Event Highlights Relationships


“Relationships Matter Most” was the theme of the 2015 State of the District program, held Dec. 11. Parents, community leaders, students, and staff attended the annual breakfast event, which showcased the relationships between teachers and students, teachers and other teachers, and the District with the community. Innovative programming was also highlighted with the announcement of the Kenwood Leadership Academy, opening in the fall of 2016.

Dr. Brad Buck, Superintendent, hosted the program and began by describing the important role one of his elementary school teachers played in helping him adjust to a new school as a third grader. Later in the program, he emphasized the value of District relationships with community partners and went on to thank the community for its support of funding for facilities. Several special videos were featured during the program to highlight the theme.

The ‘Hoover Harmony’ elementary choir opened the event and the Jefferson High School Meistersingers provided its finale with special musical performances.

Click here to a photo gallery of the program.


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