See Me, Hear Me: A Conversation with Tomorrow’s Leaders
Posted on 04/26/2018


See Me, Hear Me: A Conversation with Tomorrow’s Leaders

Princeton High School students and members of the District's teaching staff will be hosting a unique event to allow students, staff, and community members to exchange views about some of the most pressing educational issues facing students in our diverse educational community.

Community members, parents, staff members and all who attend will be treated to a lively conversation with students about students' perspective on school, community and personal issues and concerns that affect their educational experiences. 

The event will include guest speaker Mr. Yumy Odom, President of East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention (ECBACC, Inc.), a community-based 501(c)(3) non-profit education, literacy and arts initiative that connects hundreds of comic book, fantasy and sci-fi creators and aficionados while serving as a network and proving-ground for the modern-day story-teller. It will also include small group discussions, a student-led panel discussion, and a lunch to allow participants to further engage and encourage our student leaders of tomorrow. 

Saturday, April 28, 2018

10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Princeton High School – Cafeteria
151 Moore Street, Princeton, NJ


Lunch and dessert will be provided courtesy of PREA through a grant received from the NJ Education Association (NJEA) PRIDE Program. Students from two PHS leadership groups, the PHS Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) and PULSE (Pride, Unity, Leadership, Sisterhood, Esteem) will partner with the Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) for this conference/roundtable event.


For more information on the event, contact Coordinator Ms. Lenora Keel, PHS Social Worker, and advisor of this event, and the NJEA Minority Achievement Award Winner 2015. She is available by email at, or by phone at 609-806-4280 ext. 3150.

PREA is an affiliate of the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) and represents the Teachers and certificated staff of the Princeton Public School District. “PRESSA takes PRIDE!” is an ongoing campaign created to share the educational successes of the District with all community members and to build strong community support for and involvement in our great public schools.

The Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) & Pride, Unity, Leadership, Sisterhood, Esteem (PULSE) are student leadership groups at Princeton High School that work to further understanding and respect by uplifting persons from all ethnic, cultural and gender

groups. The PHS MSAN group and the District are members of The Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN), a national organization hosted by the University of Wisconsin’s Graduate School of Education.