A movie about how to reimagine education will be shown at Watertown High School on June 28, with a discussion to follow.
Organizers sent out the following information:
The Watertown Community Foundation and Watertown Public Schools are pleased to present a screening of Most Likely to Succeed.
Come see this groundbreaking movie about education and be a part of the discussion about the future of education in our community – with parents, other residents, students, and faculty. School systems around the nation are using the ideas from the movie to drive discussions about re-imagining education and what our students are capable of.
The film will be shown at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28, 2016 in the Watertown High School auditorium. Please stay afterward for a panel discussion with parents, community members, and school administration. You can learn more about the film at http://www.mltsfilm.org.
Register at http://mostlikelytosucceedjune.eventbrite.com/