The Fairview Park Community is invited to attend a Community Forum on Tuesday, January 22 at 7 p.m. at Gilles-Sweet Elementary.
The Strategic Planning Steering Committee will lead a short presentation and request feedback from community stakeholders on the vision and goals of the school district.
The Fairview Park City School District’s current Strategic Plan guides all work in order to attain the District’s Mission and Vision. The District is looking ahead to developing the next Five-Year Strategic Plan for 2019-2024.
Community involvement and transparency continue to be priorities in the strategic planning process.
Once a plan is constructed by the Committee and adopted by the Board of Education, the superintendent is responsible for working collaboratively with the administration, faculty, staff, students and parents to execute the plan and establish action plans to attain the strategic goals.
The District has established a Steering Committee comprised of representatives from various stakeholder groups including students, parents and community members. These stakeholders will be joined by District administrators including the superintendent, faculty, staff and Board of Education members.
Guests at the Community Forum can expect the following format:
Welcome from Dr. Bill Wagner, Superintendent and Joe Shucofsky, Board President
History of Strategic Planning Process
Introduce Lisa Morrison and Jeff Zullo, Strategic Planning Steering Committee
Recognize Strategic Planning Steering committee
Highlight the data folders on tables and data focus of committee
Explain the WHY Strategic Planning and the Forum is important
Develop Individual top 3 priorities for Strategic Plan
Attendees share/explain what they wrote with their table
Have each table spokesperson briefly explain top 3 for table
One of the facilitators write the main topics on poster sheets on tripods
Have attendees prioritize main topics with 3 dots – vote for most important
Closing: Encourage attendees to use the colored index cards for additional thoughts, suggestions, questions, etc.
End of Community Forum (with 10 minutes of “flex” time)