Helping Hands Coalition Reaches OutTo the Community for Input

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(Columbia, SC) – The Helping Hands Coalition, a Richland School District Two community support initiative, is seeking input from the local community to provide better services. The district will host two listening sessions to hear the concerns of those who interact directly with Richland Two. Specifically, district officials want to know, What will help students be more successful? How can we facilitate family and community engagement? What services do you need?

Helping Hands Coalition Community Sessions

Session 1: Thursday, January 18
                  6:30-7:30 p.m.
                  Richland Northeast High School –  Mezzanine

Session 2: Thursday, January 25
                  6:30-7:30 p.m.

                  Blythewood High School – Multi-purpose Room

Participants who want to share their thoughts should only attend one of the hour-long sessions. Door prizes will be available.

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