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We Remember Raines Documentary
We Remember Raines Documentary

We Remember Raines Documentary

Nonprofits partnership to offer a screening of the documentary “We Remember Raines” and host a ONE by ONE community conversation about education.

A great free event happening this Friday, May 18th at the Ritz Theatre at 6pm in the evening. Families, Alumni, the Jacksonville community is invited. Educators are encouraged to attend. 
There will be a hosting of:  "We Remember Raines,"
a released documentary about the history of
Raines High School.

Learn more about the documentary
 “We Remember Raines” at

The historical documentary was honored with an
award from the Jacksonville Historic Preservation

Following the screening on this Friday, attendees
will be invited to participate in a ONE by ONE
community conversation to share their ideas and
solutions for public education in Duval County.

Several past events have displayed the need for
conversations by teachers and the community:
the Teacher Town Hall at WJCT that focused on
the High School Drop Out Rate, decline in writing
FCAT scores in recent news reports, increased
school discipline challenges, death of a student
 jumping from a school bus and other issues
need to be addressed by the public. ONE BY ONE
is taking these and other important educational
issues “to the street” by engaging the public in

Public education and the strength of teachers is
important to the educational success of all students.
These are issues educators and the public should
voice their opinions on and offer suggestions to
ensure all students are safe, receiving equitable and
high quality education.  Parents continue to be
supportive and involved. If you are a graduate of
Raines High School or a concerned and involved
community member, come show your support by
coming to view this historic documentary and
adding your ideas to the discussion afterwards.

There are still great thing happening in our schools,
but parents and community stakeholders must stay
involved. Even if you do not have children that attend
Raines High School your voice, your participation and
your passion for education for all students will be
greatly appreciated.

This effort is supported by the ONE by ONE Campaign

The free event will feature film and conversation about
public schools in Jacksonville, Florida.

For a full and continuously updated list of events and
information about how you can get involved with
Visit www.jaxpef.org or www.onebyonejax.org.

Learn more about the documentary
 “We Remember Raines” at

The event begins at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 18 at
the Ritz Theatre & Museum, 829 North Davis Street.
Refreshments will be served, and it is free and open to the public.

Arlington Businesses