Season Two of the #FoxC6Strong Voices Podcast

Season Two of the #FoxC6Strong Voices Podcast Now Available
Posted on 01/13/2021
#FoxC6Strong Voices Podcast

{Jan. 13, 2021} ARNOLD, MO – On Monday, January 11, 2021, the Fox C-6 School District launched season two of The #FoxC6Strong Voices. The podcast, or recorded Internet radio show, will highlight Fox C-6 students, teachers, and community members who are doing amazing work in their spaces. Episodes will be between 15 and 20 minutes in length and will be released every other Monday morning for the remainder of the school year. 


The first episode of the season features the 2019-2020 Fox C-6 Teacher of the Year, Jason Bahr. Listeners will have an opportunity to hear Mr. Bahr speak about his priorities and values as a classroom teacher and hear his advice for successful hybrid and remote learning. Additional episodes this season will feature students, community members, staff members, and parent volunteers. 


The podcast is hosted by Fox C-6 Superintendent Dr. Nisha Patel and supported by Communications Coordinator JP Prezzavento. Each episode begins with Dr. Patel introducing the topic and guest. Listeners will then hear a conversation between Prezzavento and the featured guest or guests. Episodes will conclude with Dr. Patel reflecting on the featured conversation. 


Season one of the podcast was released between January and April of 2020 and features six episodes. 


Podcast episodes can be found on the District website at www.fox.k12.mo.us/podcast. Episodes will also be available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, among other podcast players. Users can subscribe to the #FoxC6Strong Voices on any of these podcasting platforms to be notified when new episodes are released.


To recommend a guest for the podcast, email communications@foxc6.org


For the latest news, information, and updates, follow the district on Twitter @FoxC6Schools or Facebook and bookmark the website at www.fox.k12.mo.us.


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The Fox C-6 School District is an award winning National District of Character serving 11,500 students in Jefferson County, Missouri.