PARKLAND, FL- The Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact every aspect of life for most Parkland residents. Beyond the obvious physical health ramifications of the virus, one of the most significant concerns in the Parkland community is the plan for schools, which are slated to begin on Wednesday, August 19.

Broward County Public Schools will be holding a Virtual Town Hall meeting next Wednesday, July 22, to address the many outstanding questions and concerns. The meeting is presented by the Broward County Council PTA/PTSA.

Superintendent Robert Runcie will be at the meeting along with senior leadership, teachers and other representatives from the school district.

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The virtual meeting is an opportunity for information to be shared and voices to be heard. The meeting will be specifically about the reopening plan for the 2020-2021 school year in Broward County.

The Virtual Town Hall will begin at 6:00 p.m. and can be viewed live on Becon TV. Questions can also be submitted to the meeting during the live session. 

For more information, please visit the Broward PTA/PTSA twitter page.

 

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