The Constituent Services and Government Relations Office (CSGRO) works with the School Board, Superintendent, and legislators at the local, state, and national level to advocate and advise on matters that impact students and the school division.
Legislation at the local, state, and national level directly impacts public school systems and our students. The CSGRO works with elected officials to help convey the needs of Roanoke City Public Schools students and staff, so, as legislation is drafted, RCPS is a partner in the conversation and can advocate on behalf of our stakeholders. Each year, the School Board works to establish legislative priorities, which are available below.
The CSGRO serves as a guide/facilitator for people who have questions or concerns related to Roanoke City Public Schools and for governmental relations matters that impact public education.Dr. H. Alan SeibertConstituent Services & Government Relations Officer(540) 853-2007 | email@example.com