Jumoke Academy Board of Directors

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Jumoke Academy Charter Schools:
 
James Michel, Board Chair
Melanie James, Teacher Representative
Thomas Smith, Community Representative
Glenn Winfree, Community Representative
Todd E. Cooper, Community Representative
Sharon Gentles-Harris, Treasurer & Community Representative
 Bertram W. McDowell, Community Representative
Reverend Cyril Burke, Community Representative Emeritus

Regular Schedule of Jumoke Academy Board of Directors 

meetings for the 2016-2017 school year:

2nd Tuesday every month, beginning 9/13/2016

at 852 Asylum Ave. @ 6pm

September 13, 2016

October 11, 2016

November 8, 2016

December 13, 2016 (THIS MEETING WILL BE HELD AT JAH-SMART MIDDLE SCHOOL, 339 BLUE HILLS AVE. HARTFORD, CT 06112)

January 10, 2017

February 14, 2017

March 14, 2017

 THIS MEETING IS RESCHEDULED TO MARCH 28TH DUE TO WINTER WEATHER 

May 9, 2017

Special meetings will be announced as scheduled at least 24 hours in advance.

All Agendas can be found HERE.

5 comments on “Jumoke Academy Board of Directors”

  1. Denise Best Reply

    Good morning,

    This week I made an email inquiry, and immediately after I hit send, I received a response from Ms. Sheila Osborne. Ms. Osborne was efficient, professional, knowledgeable and accommodating. She is obviously one of the reasons that your schools have the rating and reputation of excellence!

    Sincerely,
    Denise T. Best
    Chair
    Upper Albany NRZ

  2. Roxanne Reply

    I found this article on the HBOE website…does this apply to Jumoke? Can Jumoke apply for it?…..Hartford Public Schools Will Provide Free Meals to All Students
    The regulatory change, known as the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), gives eligible school districts the option of skipping the task of processing free and reduced meal applications based on family income and simply feeding all students.

    “CEP eliminates the need to collect funds and worry about what to do on those many occasions when a student doesn’t have enough money for a meal, but doesn’t qualify for a free meal,” said Lonnie Burt, the district’s Director of Food and Child Nutritional Services. “It allows our food services staff to concentrate on what’s important – nutrition!”

    To see more about food and nutrition at HPS, click here.

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