October 2023 Community Meeting Recap

Below are the notes from our October 2023 meeting. We will also send out the notes summary in our November e-newsletter, which you can sign up for on our website. We do not send additional emails aside from the once-a-month summary. The option is on the main home page beneath "Subscribe for Updates" under "Get Involved" or you can fill

2022 Year-in-Review

Bexley Minority Parent Alliance (BMPA) continued to have a very productive 2022 academic year, with several firsts and continued collaborations in the school district and community-at-large. We are looking forward to more opportunities to connect in person and hosting additional events in 2023. BMPA partnered with Bexley City Schools (BCS) to host an informational and networking event to talk with

March 2023 Community Meeting Recap

Below are the notes from our March 2023 BMPA Community Meeting. Please let us know if you would like to help with any of the items or events in the notes. We will also send out the notes summary in our March e-newsletter, which you can sign up for on our website. We do not send additional emails aside from

February 2023 Community Meeting Recap

Thank you to everyone who took the time out of their busy schedule to participate in the conversations, virtually or at the library, for our February 2023 Community Meeting. We really appreciate the involvement from all, regardless of whether you reside in Bexley or not, or are a parent of a Bexley student or not--everyone is welcome to our events,

February 2023 Update

Events during this month have been disheartening and discouraging for all of us. Although progress has been made over the years, it is evident that we have a long way to go. Please reach out to us if we can help you or your family in any way.  The BMPA is here to support children, families, and district personnel affected by racism

2020-2021 Year in Review

Despite the unprecedented circumstances, the BMPA had a productive 2020-2021 academic year, with several firsts and continued collaborations in the school district and community-at-large. We are looking forward to more opportunities to connect in person and host additional events in 2021-2022. 2020 began with the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Learning at Capital University, followed soon after by BMPA’s