During this meeting we discussed topics such as when the vote shall take place to replace the outgoing SLT members. Please enjoy this slice of transparency!
Here are timestamps to help guide your listening:
00:00:00 - Discussion and vote on 18-19 schedule
00:41:04 - Discussion on SPED schedule concerns
00:41:58 - SLT Suggestion Box Issues
00:59:41 - Concern about return of curriculum to Deans of Instruction
Written minutes will be available soon.
Welcome to 2 hours and 18 minutes of action-packed audio.
The following timestamps will help guide you:
00:05:49 begins the discussion regarding the schedule
01:34:58 Teal days and other calendar days
01:47:56 SLT logistics for 18-19
01:59:07 Suggestion Box
Here is the audio for our SLT meeting of Tuesday, May 15, 2018. We will strive to make this resource better and more accessible in the pursuit of transparency. If a better venue reveals itself (like the PBA website) I will include a link here to that page.
Travis Depew is a fellow member and does the recording and makes it available. Many thanks to him! Below are his words at this historic moment.
And welcome to the first ever Place Bridge SLT Podcast! you're about to listen to two straight hours of in your face SLT meeting action. Don't have two hours, don't worry, time codes have been included in this email so you can skip directly to topics that interest you.
0-30.57 minutes - Today's agenda and talk about next years schedule
30.57-64.37 minutes- SLT for the 2018-2019 school year
64.37- END Teal day planning for the 2018-2019 school year
Click the link below to open the podcast, and please feel free to email any SLT member your feelings about our first attempt at this. We would love feedback, and will work hard to make this better every week!
Jamie Wilkerson has worked in Denver Public Schools since 1989. He has some experience with the DPS School Leadership Team (SLT) system. He served on the SLT comittee at Hamilton Middle School as chairman and served as a representative at Place Bridge Academy for a two-year term (16-17 and 17-18). He is a firm believer that a committee should be open and transparent.