RSVP to NCSPA Legislative Day 2019
Please let us know your interest in participating in our first annual NCSPA Legislative Day in Raleigh, NC by FRIDAY, APRIL 19th.
May 2, 2019 from 8:00am - 12pm
8:30 a.m. : Meet at the Dept. of Public Instruction (DPI) “Education Building” (301 N Wilmington St). We have the 150 South room reserved. It is the room on the left, directly behind the front desk when you enter the Education Building. This will be our “launch pad” throughout the morning.
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - Meet with your NCGA Senator and Representative in between other events. (If you haven’t made your appointments yet, do so ASAP!)
10:40 a.m. - Meet in the Board Room on the 7th floor of the Education Building, 301 N. Wilmington Street, Raleigh. Leigh Kokenes and Rhonda Armistead are scheduled to be recognized at 11:05.
PLEASE NOTE: the SBOE time could change. If it does, we will send out a final schedule on May 1st.
12:00 p.m. - Meet back at the 150 South room in the Education Building to debrief and have lunch.
1:30 p.m. - (TENTATIVE) Meeting with State Superintendent Mark Johnson
Be on the lookout for an email after May 2nd containing a very brief questionnaire asking about the outcomes of your meetings. It will be EXTREMELY important for us to know the outcomes of your meetings.
Please indicate your RSVP:
I am definitely attending! (Please make appointments to meet with your reps ASAP (
). Contact us with questions. We will send a packet of logistics and FAQs within the next few weeks.)
I am tentatively attending (Contact us with any questions. Please let us know your if you are definitely attending by April 19th.)
I would like more information (Be sure to fill out your contact information below.)
Your Contact Information:
We will send you a packet with logistics and FAQs in the next few weeks:
Preferred Email Address:
Contact us with any questions:
, Mary Whitehouse
, or Melissa Mascari
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