Neighborhood Education Committee

Next Meeting, Tuesday, June 13, 2017 

6:30 p.m. at BPDC, 14703 Puritas Ave.

“We will hear from Deb Crane of the Family and Community Engagement Office (FACE) about parent involvement activities this past year and we will also review the past year as a committee and do some planning for the coming school year. We will also discuss the John Marshall School of Civic and Business Leadership internship program.”


Community schools National Coalition


Are you a parent of a school-aged child? A teacher? Someone who cares

about education? Someone who cares about the role that schools play in our
community and how neighbors relate to schools?

The Neighborhood Education Committee (NEC) might be a good fit for you.  All are welcome.  

The NEC usually meets the 1st Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm at BPDC’s Mary Kaser Community Room. 

The 12-year-old NEC is an independent community group, supported by
BPDC through staff time and meeting space. It meets to discuss school issues;
it has hosted sessions in which students, teachers and principals have met and
talked to community members, organized a workshop on Internet safety, and
held gatherings to talk about construction plans for neighborhood schools
which have been rebuilt.

The committee includes parents and caregivers as well as others affiliated
with churches and businesses, and citizens who care about what goes on in
our schools.

Former Principal Johnson of JMH is guest speaker at NEC mtg in 2008. The NEC is a great way to get to know the schools in the neighborhood better and get connected.

For more information call Ian at 216.671.2710 or email Ian Heisey.


Here is a preview of what the 3 new schools at John Marshall High School will be starting this Fall.