PARKLAND, FL- The Broward County Public Schools plan for the upcoming school year is a hot topic in the area for local parents. As the government and local health systems work on managing the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, local school districts are trying to make the best of an uncertain situation.
The Broward Teachers Union will be hosting a Tele-Town Hall meeting this evening, June 25, at 7 p.m. to discuss the opening of schools in Broward County. As the title states, the meeting will be held over telephone conference.
Last week, more information was shared that Broward County Public Schools are hoping to have children in classes this fall at least 50% of the time.
BTU President Anna Fusco, American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten, and Florida Education Association President Fedrick Ingrahm will all be on hand for the call.
Anyone interested in the joining the event is required to pre-register here. As of this posting, registrations were still be accepted. Participants will receive a call prior to the meeting to join the Tele-Town Hall.