Aug. 31, 2018 -- More than 100 parents and caregivers, plus CH-UH staff, community partners and students gathered at Heights High on Saturday, August 25 for the first-ever Heights Family Academy, a daylong learning and engagement opportunity for all District families designed to strengthen school-family partnerships.
The event was a conference-style day centered around an opening keynote address, meals, and three 50-minute breakout sessions. The sessions included more than 30 choices. Kimberly Brazwell, Columbus-based diversity practitioner and founder of consulting firm KiMISTRY, delivered the keynote address in the main auditorium.
Video footage courtesy Cynthia Booker, Heights High Digital Video/Television Production Teacher.