November 16-20, 2015 is American Education Week, which is a time to salute the many people who advocate for quality education as a basic fundamental right, priority and responsibility for the children of Reading. These people include our educators (teachers, support staff, administrators, and substitutes), parents, community partners, faith-based partners and unsung heroes.
We are committed to educating a community of learners, who are 17,000 strong, representing 28 countries, speaking 27 languages and are ethnically and educationally diverse. Thus, the importance of remaining a cohesive team and working collaboratively to create sustainable pathways for our children is a paramount priority of importance.
The continued work for our children in Reading School District is a complex task but extremely rewarding. You are the village it takes to raise a child, and the true champion of children necessary to groom successful academicians who can succeed in an ever-changing society.
Thank you for your continued dedication and hard work. You are greatly appreciated.
Dr. Khalid N. Mumin