District Support Personnel Visit Tennessee Senators in Washington

District Support Personnel Visit Tennessee Senators in Washington
Posted on 11/15/2019

Four Robertson County Schools personnel represented the district in early November at the National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth Conference in Washington, DC.

 

They were:

Danielle Frazier: Family Resource Center Coordinator & Diversity Coordinator

Lasonya Mullins: Robertson County School Social Worker

Jenni Dusky: Robertson County School Social Worker

Lisa Cobb: Family/School Liaison & Foster Care Liaison

 

While in the nation’s capital, the group was able to visit with Tennessee Senators Lamar Alexander, and Marsha Blackburn on “Tennessee Tuesday,” which is a weekly opportunity for constituents to meet with their representatives on Capitol Hill. While there, they were able to speak briefly and discuss issues relevant to Tennessee education and Robertson County in particular. Two specific subjects were those of homeless youth, and the current opioid epidemic. 

 

Alexander and Blackburn were receptive to the visit and the resulting discussion.  Danielle Frazier said the opportunity to meet and talk with them was a welcome addition to the conference. 

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