At a meeting Thursday, Pasadena Unified parents will have a chance to participate in a community meeting at Pasadena High on the 2013-16 School/City/Community work plan for the district and the City of Pasadena.
According to a message from the district, that plan focuses on what the priorities of PUSD and city officials should be with regards to the school district.
At a joint meeting in February, it was decided officials should focus on seven distinct areas: seven result areas: early childhood education; academic success; health and social services; involvement and learning in the community; stable and supportive environments; family engagement, and system-wide delivery.
At Thursday's meeting, PUSD families and community members will have a chance to give feedback on plan specifics and to join a volunteer "results team" to focus on how to implement specific parts of the plan.
PUSD families and residents of Pasadena, Altadena and Sierra Madre are all invited to the event.
A screening of clips from Go Public: A Day in the Life of an American School District, a film that chronicled one day in the lives of 50 PUSD staff, students and parents will precede the event.
The screening starts at 4:30 p.m. and the main program begins at 5 p.m.