Posted by education4and2parents on 8th October 2011
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Posted by education4and2parents on 4th August 2010
Ms. Patricia J. Fletcher of the Prince George's County Board of Education Talks About The Importance Of Parental Engagement
An exclusive interview with Ms. Patricia J. Fletcher of the Prince George's County Board Education can heard on The Journey Begins Internet Radio for the engaged parent and dedicated educator. Ms. Fletcher will appear on the Educational Gateway, a weekly broadcast hosted by Michael Robinson. The show will air on July 21, 2o1o. To join the conversation, follow the link below.
The Journey Begins, Internet Radio for the Engage Parent and Dedicated Educator!
A 30-year resident of Prince George's County, Patricia J. Fletcher was elected on November 7, 2006, to a four-year term on the Prince George's County Board of Education to represent the residents of School Board District 3. She has two adult children who were educated in the Prince George's County Public Schools; one is a teacher in the public school system, and the other is a Cosmetology Instructor at a private school. Ms. Fletcher also has four grandchildren who are enrolled in the Prince George's County Public Schools.
A community activist for many years, Ms. Fletcher is President of the Kentland/Columbia Park Boy's and Girl's Club; Vice President of the G. James Gholson Middle School PTA; Past President of the Forestville High School and John Carroll Elementary School PTAs; Past-President of AFSCME Local 2095 and Village Green Mutual Homes, Inc.; Member of the Prince George's Multicultural Alliance; and serves on Youth and Political Committees.
Ms. Fletcher has worked for 26 years as a District of Columbia Mental Health Counselor and Forensic Psych Technician. She worked for 5 years as Staff Representative and Chief Negotiator for Arbitration, Mediation, and Grievances with the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees - Council 67.
Ms. Fletcher currently serves as the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Coordinator with the Prince George's County Department of Family Services (LTGF).
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Posted by education4and2parents on 18th April 2010
Vaughan and Weisman (1997), Trustees are responsive to its community and that, as possible, the educational needs of the people are met.
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