With the passage of Buffalo City Schools’ new Code of Conduct, touted as one of the most progressive in the country, the next step is implementation and community education. Between August 19th and August 29th, community meetings will be held at local Buffalo high schools to discuss the details of the Code of Conduct and the next steps for implementation.
The first of these meetings will be held at Lafayette High School, which was recently in the news concerning the lack of community involvement in the decision-making process to transition the high school to BOCES supervision.
Tuesday, August 20 from 6:00pm-7:30pm
Lafayette High School
370 Lafayette Ave
Buffalo, NY 14213
These events are supported by Citizen Action of New York, Alliance for Quality Education, The Advancement Project, Save the Kids Buffalo, New York Civil Liberties Union, People United in Sustainable Housing, VOICE Buffalo, 100 Black Men of Greater Buffalo, Erie County Restorative Justice Coalition, Open Buffalo, parents, students, educators and community members.