Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Have coffee with the school bosses

District initiates Coffee With the Community forum


The Blaine County School District's first Coffee With the Community forum is set for today from 8:30-9:30 a.m. at Starbucks in Ketchum.

Anyone who misses that one will have 10 more opportunities to sip a cup of joe and learn about what's going on with the School District, as the Coffee With the Community forum is planned every Wednesday at different coffee locations in the county for the next three months.

According to a district press release, each Wednesday from 8:30-9:30 a.m., beginning today and extending through March 21, the district leadership team will drop into a local coffee shop to give the public the opportunity to "discuss anything related to Blaine County public schools." The leadership team is composed of administrators and school board members.

Following a first meeting at Starbucks, the district leadership team is scheduled to be at Hailey Coffee Co. in Hailey on Jan. 18 and the Oak Street Café in Bellevue on Jan. 25.

February's schedule puts the team at the Coffee Grinder in Ketchum on Feb. 1, Java in Hailey on Feb. 8, Adamson's in Carey on Feb. 15, Tully's Coffee in Ketchum on Feb. 22 and Zaney's River Street Coffee House in Hailey on Feb. 29.

The March schedule is for Picabo Store in Picabo on March 7, Java in Ketchum on March 14 and Shelly's Deli in Hailey on March 21.

Terry Smith:

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