Most Likely To Succeed

A community film screening in Jackson

The world is changing. Can our schools change with it?

A unique opportunity to view the award-winning documentary Most Likely To Succeed alongside Jackson-area community members who are interested in the future of our schools. The film runs for 90 minutes and will be followed by a panel discussion that includes local students, educators and community leaders.

If you are an educator, student, parent, business leader, politician or community member, this event is for you!

The discussion about student engagement and educational innovation needs your voice!
Most Likely to Succeed Trailer

Panelists:

  • Ryann Allison- Student, Hanover-Horton
  • Isaak Hamann- Student, Columbia Central
  • Susan Townsend- Director of Instruction and Learning Services, JCISD
  • Jeff Beal- Superintendent, Jackson Public Schools
  • Rebecca Hutchinson- Teacher, Concord Middle School
  • Jared Vickers- Principal, Western Career Prep High School

Most Likely To Succeed – Jackson, MI

Wednesday, Oct. 21st, 6:30-9pm

124 North Mechanic Street

Jackson

To reserve your FREE ticket, visit the event page on Eventbrite.


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October 21st | The Michigan Theatre

6:00p - Doors open

6:30p - Screening begins

8:00p - Panel discussion

This is a free event thanks to the generous facility donation by The Michigan Theatre. Suggested donation at the door to support the theatre's operating costs: $2

Jackson County ISD - EdTech Team

Hosted by the Jackson County Intermediate School District, an educational service agency that works in partnership with local public and charter schools, and the local community.