Porch Visit

The August heat wasn’t enough to keep the Williams Magnet faculty inside! For the second year in a row, the teachers took a break from prepping their classrooms to reach out to their community. Armed with materials for parents, they ventured out into the Williams neighborhood hoping to make connections with as many of their students’ families as possible.

Vanessa Hill, Williams teacher and Title 1 Community Liaison, said this activity is very important to the school’s staff and families. “We believe that the first positive moment is very important to students and parents. We want to show them that we care enough about our students to come out to their house on a hot day to see them,” Hill said.

With dedication like that, the Williams Wildcats are sure to have an awesome school year!

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