School Planning Committee Meeting Dec. 4

Community invited to have input on goals of district for the next five years.

By Salem School District Superintendent's Office

Michael Delahanty, Salem Superintendent of Schools, on behalf of the school district’s Strategic Planning Committee, invites interested community members to an opportunity to influence the district’s direction and goals for the next five years. This meeting to envision the district’s future will be held in the cafeteria at Salem High School on Tuesday, Dec. 4, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The meeting is open to parents, current residents, and all interested citizens.

The Strategic Planning Committee is working with Mr. Jay Vogt of Peoplesworth to establish specific goals intended to position Salem’s schools to meet the twenty-first century needs of its students. 

The Committee seeks input from community members who participate in community activities and are aware of current school district efforts.  More specifically, Committee members invite informed residents who want to influence the district’s immediate next steps.  Meeting attendees will have an opportunity to identify the district’s core values and influence its priorities for the next several years.  Those attending will meet in small groups to share and record thoughts and ideas.  Strategic Planning Committee members will take all the information, pinpoint commonalities, and articulate specific goals and necessary actions.

Citizens who want to attend the Dec. 4 meeting should contact Linda Cornwell to express their interest in attending the meeting. Mrs. Cornwell can be reached at 893-7040 or via e-mail at lcornwell@sau57.org.  Responses must be received no later than Thursday, Nov. 29.  


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