Seneca Valley Superintendent Holding “Conversations with the Community”

Dr. Tracy Vitale will meet with the public at St. Ferdinand Church in Cranberry.

Parents wanting to know more about what’s going on at Seneca Valley School District will get their chance this weekend.

Superintendent Tracy Vitale is continuing to hold her “Conversations with the Community” talks with the public.

Vitale, who was will meet with residents at 11 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 2 at the St. Ferdinand's Education Center (located behind the church) on Rochester Road in Cranberry.

Vitale began meeting with the public for open discussions in November 2011.

If you can’t make Sunday’s forum, Vitale also is planning to hold public meetings in January, March, April and May at various locations.

For a full schedule, click here.

What would you like to ask Dr. Vitale about the district? Leave your questions in the comment section below.

Bob Uhl December 01, 2012 at 05:03 PM
I am new to the area. I am amazed that no other high school take drug prevention as seriously as Seneca Valley with their drug testing program. Discouraging young adults from experimenting with drugs is the first step to breaking the drug addition cycle, which plaques our society. How long has it been going on? Why don't other high school in the area do the same?


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