Dr. Wendy Robinson, Fort Wayne Community Schools Superintendent is in the news.
An article appearing in the Journal Gazette (journalgasett.net), features highlights from Dr. Robinson’s presentation to the Rotary Club of Fort Wayne. Dr. Robinson weighed in on the goals and challenges faced by FWCS, and shared the difficulty of funding and resources that do not “match the district’s needs…” She talked about the strength of community, and encouraged Fort Wayne Rotarians to volunteer, donate, and visit the schools and Family and Community Engagement Center. A separate article appearing int he News-Sentinel.com highlights some of the concerns Dr. Robinson shared with respect to state legislation and the impact of legislative mandates to school corporations like Fort Wayne Community Schools.
Follow the link to read the Journal Gazette article titled FWCS head hails district to Rotarians.
Follow the link to read the News-Sentinel.com article titled FWCS superintendent discusses problems with state mandaets with Rotary Club of Fort Wayne.
Indiana’s urban schools enjoy strong community connections. This is demonstrated by the way in which schools and community partners cultivate relationships that benefit each other.