PITTSBURGH -- The North Hills School District will host U.S. Representative Conor Lamb as he holds an interactive digital town hall with students from across the greater Pittsburgh area later this month.
The town hall will take place on November 18 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and be broadcast live to teachers and educators who register.
Rep. Lamb will take questions from students about current legislation and events, as well as his role in Washington.
The online-only event is open to students in grades 7-12 in Pennsylvania's 17th congressional district. However, approximately 100 North Hills students have been invited to participate in person.
Questions for the congressman will be either be pre-submitted, submitted live during the broadcast via a chat box or from the students in the room.
Teachers and educators should RSVP using this link. A secure link to watch the town hall will be sent after registering.
This will be Rep. Lamb’s second student digital town hall. The first took place last spring at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center. About 40 classrooms from across Rep. Lamb’s district participated.