In Your District

Our goal is to involve people from all walks of life – not just parents, but residents of all ages who benefit from the region’s high-quality public education systems.

Get Inspired!

Click here to check out stories from others who are making a difference in their own way. 

I Support

Inspire others! Use the hashtag, #ACT4Ed on all popular social media platforms to share how you’re becoming involved with your local district.

To learn more about the Monroe County School Boards Association which strives to provide excellence in education for ALL students, click here.

Share Your Story

Do you want to highlight a significant act or accomplishment made by a student, faculty or staff member, community resident, business or other group? Complete this form and submit a photo – your story may be featured as a success.

While you’re at it, here’s another easy way to show your support. Use the hashtag #ACT4Education on popular social media platforms to share how you’re becoming involved with your local district.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

  • Must have permission of person or group to nominate.
  • 150-word maximum.
  • Accompanying photos must be high resolution, color images only – no black-and-white or blurry images.
  • Submissions must demonstrate one or more characteristics of the ACT brand personality (successful, accountable, inclusive, innovative, student centered)
Contact Information
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WHAT IS A DISTRICT SUCCESS STORY?

Any significant act or accomplishment by a district student, faculty, staff member or group that has contributed in a positive manner to the district culture and quality.

Success story example:
A sports team in your district won a sectional championship.

Not an example:
A sports team in your district defeated a rival area team.

Success story example:
A high school in your district is nationally ranked for excellence.

Not an example:
A high school in your district outperformed another area district school.

Success Story
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