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East School Neighborhood Open House – April 29, 2017

East School Neighborhood Open House – April 29, 2017

The North Winton Village Association is proud to sponsor a neighborhood open house of the East upper and lower schools on Saturday, April 29, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Here’s a flyer with more information.

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Meeting with Malik Evans Regarding East High and Neighborhood Schools

Meeting with Malik Evans Regarding East High and Neighborhood Schools

Meet with City School Board President Malik Evans regarding East High School and our other neighborhood schools.

Wednesday, May 8
5:30 p.m.
Neighborhood Safety Center
1933 East Main St.

 

Meeting: East High School and Neighborhood Safety

Meeting: East High School and Neighborhood Safety

Please attend an important meeting with the Rochester City School District and the RPD to discuss children coming and going in and out of East High School during the day. It is a closed campus. Also to be discussed is the use of drugs on corners and behind business and houses.

We will request the school district and police department do all they can to keep the area a safe and a drug free zone.

Neighborhood Safety Center
1933 East Main Street
Wednesday, November 7th
5:30 p.m. 

Safety Committee at Family Court 10/14

Safety Committee at Family Court 10/14

UPDATE: Judge Nasser gave one week for the attorney of the accused to further explain the options to him. The accused remains in custody. The next court appearance is Friday, Oct. 21 at 10 a.m.

We wish the best to the RPD re: the break-ins as another one happened recently on McBeth Street.

The North Winton Village Association Safety Committee will be going to family court Friday, October 14 for the appearance before Judge Nasser of a young person who has terrorized the East High School area.

The North Winton Village Association, East High School, RGRTA, and the Central Office of the Rochester Central School District have been working together to see that students are supervised after school waiting for the bus. The Association also expects students to be in school and not roaming the neighborhood–East High School has a closed campus during school hours.

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