Getting involved as a parent and Influencing the educational and development outcomes of your child is the focus of this three part series which will cover hot topic issues including parental rights, Diversity Equity & Inclusion (DEI) training and how school library books may be inappropriately exposing elementary and middle school children to sexually explicit materials.
In this first episode we interview Jennifer Stevens the founder of Eanes Kids First [www.EanesKidsFirst.com] and a long-time local entrepreneur and business owner that has been involved in countless charitable organizations for years in our community. Hear her story on how she started EKF and their current focus on parental rights; holding EISD leadership accountable to conducting business in an open and transparent way while authentically engaging parents in their decision making processes. Jen’s group is also acutely interested in making sure we close our $4M fiscal deficit. Jen’s passion for putting our children and teachers first comes through powerfully in this episode as she slides through many topics and initiatives that parents may want to get behind.