MPS celebrates ‘Boys and Men of Color Week’

October 23, 2015

MyBrothersKeeper

Milwaukee Public Schools is hosting a community conversation to engage the community in making Milwaukee a better place to live for our more than 34,000 male students of color. MPS invites the community to join the conversation Friday, October 23, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at Community High School, 6700 N. 80th Street.

Superintendent Dr. Darienne Driver will provide a brief review of current efforts in the district and then open the floor for participants to discuss what is missing and offer recommendations to be included in the MPS My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Action Plan.

Participants will have the opportunity to review each of the focus areas of the MBK implementation plan before coming back together for lunch and continued large group conversation. You can download the MPS My Brother’s Keeper Implementation Plan and register for the event by visiting mpsmke.com/mybrotherskeeper.