FCPS Superintendent Schedules ‘Talk With Caulk’

caulkFCPS Superintendent Emmanuel Caulk is inviting everyone in the community to “Talk with Caulk” in March.

In order to determine the next steps for the school district, the superintendent wants to hear input from students, staff, families and community members.

Everyone who lives, works or learns in Fayette County is invited to participate in one of two community-wide sessions scheduled at the locations and times listed below:

  • Tuesday, March 15, 6-8 p.m. in the cafeteria at Paul Laurence Dunbar High, 1600 Man o’ War Boulevard
  • Thursday, March 17, 6-8 p.m. in the auditorium at Bryan Station High, 201 Eastin Road.

Spanish interpreters will be available, and child care will be offered.

Earlier this month, Caulk launched online surveys asking for input on the strengths and weaknesses of the district. Those surveys will be open through Friday, March 11.

“I truly believe it will take our entire community working in concert to ensure the success of our schools,” Caulk said. “Students, employees, families and community members all have important ideas to contribute as we move our school district forward.”