Friday, February 25, 2011

Black Blinks: New Date for CEC President's Meeting with Chancellor Black

If you read our piece Black and Bloom Try to Screw Mulgrew on CEC Meet a... where Tweed tried to scuttle a meeting set up between UFT President Mulgrew and parent leaders by scheduling a meeting with Cathie Black on the same night, you will have a bit of joy in reading this:
Hello CEC and Citywide Council Presidents,

We are pleased to announce that we have changed the date of the meeting with Chancellor Black.  It was not our intention to schedule anything in conflict with another meeting.  In an effort to accommodate as many CEC and Citywide Council Presidents or their designees as possible, our new date will be Monday, March 28th, 2011 at 6:00 PM.  

Thank you to everyone who replied to the previous invitation.  However, please note that there will be no meeting with the Chancellor on March 7th.  

The new meeting on March 28th will take place in the Second Floor Conference Room at the Tweed Courthouse, 52 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007. 

The purpose and agenda of the meeting is to meet and greet.   During the meeting, the Chancellor will share the work she is doing and her thoughts about the work ahead.   We are inviting you to share any major themes from your work with parents that you would like her to hear.

As previously indicated, Chancellor Black will be joined by the new Director for the Office for Family Information and Action, Ojeda Hall, and our CEC Manager, Ewel Napier. Please RSVP by March 21st to Juan Rosales:

Please note that this invitation is for CEC and Citywide Council Presidents or their designee.  Feel free to RSVP and send along a representative if the President cannot attend.  We look forward to seeing you on March 28th.

Ojeda Hall and Ewel Napier
Office for Family Information and Action

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