The tension between the experienced truth and the managed narrative brings each of us to a crossroads. Both paths are not without obstacles and pain. Tallahassee must choose for itself which path it will follow, and which pain it is willing to endure.
From her beginning as the Pineview Elementary School Principal in 2018, Carmen Conner has been willing to face the painful challenges of a failing school wanting to do better. While students’ test scores in math, reading, and science fall below the state average, she remains positive in her perspective based on the magnitude of the improvement that has been achieved over the last 6 years.
Carmen will talk with Brien about her proactive, problem-solving approach that takes her well beyond her prescribed requirements and into innovative strategies that contribute directly to the students’ successes and the well-being of their families.
In his recent address to a local group of business people, Tallahassee Mayor John Dailey brought his view of Tallahassee.
We will hear outtakes of his remarks regarding affordable housing, the building of the new home for the Tallahassee Police Department, and the growth of Tallahassee’s economy.
The 2024 Tallahassee Food Challenge Campaign begins in February each year and continues its promotional advertising and events through May. This year’s campaign will focus on the work of Hunger Fight in Tallahassee.
Aimed at encouraging increased support for local food charities, the Campaign is scheduled during the spring months in anticipation of the closing of school-based food assistance programs and the shortage of food supplies that occur.
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