FHSD discusses education with members of Congress
May 18, 2017
As Forest Hills School District continues its efforts to advocate for children and education, Mike Broadwater, assistant superintendent, recently visited with Ohio’s members of Congress to encourage the passage of laws that build up the nation’s public schools.
“As an assistant superintendent, my job is to provide each student in our district every resource and opportunity possible so they can reach their full potential,” said Broadwater. “That job extends to advocating for our students at the highest levels of government. I believe my conversations with members of Congress gave them a clearer impression of the impact their decisions have on schools here in Forest Hills.”
Broadwater, president-elect of the Ohio Association of Secondary School Administrators, was one of only 130 school leaders from across the country to converge on Capitol Hill to discuss the federal policies affecting education.