School board member Keith Sutton is holding a "listening and learning tour."
Sutton, who was appointed to the board in August, said he's doing the tour to provide him "with an opportunity to listen to the issues and concerns of parents and community members, and learn more about ways in which he can effectively represent the constituents of District 4."
Here's the media advisory:
For immediate release
Topic: Wake County School Board District 4 Listening and Learning Tour
Time: 7 pm Wednesday, Nov. 4
Place: Hunter Elementary School
Wake County School Board District 4 Representative Keith Sutton has launched a "Listening and Learning Tour" across his district that covers Southeast and parts of Central Raleigh. Stops on the tour will be at various schools, churches, and other community events within District 4.
Appointed to the Wake County School Board in August, the tour will provide Sutton with an opportunity to continue to introduce himself to constituents and interested stakeholders in the district. More importantly, it will provide Sutton with an opportunity to listen to the issues and concerns of parents and community members, and learn more about ways in which he can effectively represent the constituents of District 4.
Sutton will speak tonight at 7pm at Hunter Elementary School for a Parent's Meeting. Sutton's first stop on the "Listening and Learning Tour" was on October 25 at Compassionate Missionary Baptist Church. Sutton plans to visit each of the 17 schools in District 4. Other scheduled stops on the tour include:
Saturday, November 7, 9 am - St. Matthew AME Church, Raleigh Ministerial Alliance (tentative; call to confirm)
Sunday, November 8, 4 pm - Martin St. Baptist Church, Raleigh/Apex NAACP
Wednesday, November 18, 12pm - Longview School