Washtenaw Alliance for Children and Youth To Unveil 2017 Report Card

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Washtenaw Intermediate School District Superintendent Scott Munzel will present the 2017 Washtenaw Alliance for Children and Youth, or WACY, report card in a presentation that will represent the first public unveiling of the yearly metric compiled by the coordinating agency.

WACY was formed in 2008 to “serve as the coordinating entity and unified voice for youth-serving agencies and public system partners in Washtenaw County.”

The report card measures progress in three major areas, including social emotional development, health and safety, and academic and career readiness. It also compiles most recent data on student population with demographic breakdowns, graduation/dropout rate, and a range of other data.

For the most recent report card data visit the page where that report is linked to on WACY’s website for an idea of what to expect during Munzel’s presentation.

The presentation will be held at the Washtenaw Community College’s Morris Lawrence Building Monday, September 18 from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Registration is limited to up to 2 people from your organization.

Anyone interested in attending can RSVP at this embedded link and anyone with questions can contact Ashley Kryscynski.

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