Strategic Plan - Get Involved

From the Seattle Public Schools web site:

Your input is welcome as we develop our Strategic Plan

Community meetings:
Wednesday, May 14, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Roosevelt High School - Commons Area
1410 NE 66th Street

Thursday, May 15, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
West Seattle High School - Commons Area
3000 California Ave. SW

Tuesday, May 20, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.*
*Meeting designed specifically for our bilingual community
Aki Kurose Middle School - Cafeteria
3928 So. Graham Street


dan dempsey said…
Your input is welcome as we develop our Strategic Plan

Community meetings:

And when will this plan be presented? and how exactly will input be incorporated. Looking at the track record: it will be a sales job masquerading as a request for input at the community meetings.

Can someone less skeptical than I give us a bit of detail on this?
anonymous said…
NE Cluster Capacity Meeting
Thursday, April 24, 7:00pm
Bryant Library
Bryant will host a community meeting
on capacity issues in the NE cluster
on Thursday April 24th. As some of
you are aware, the demand for kindergarten
spaces for 2008-09 was high.
The district has met the capacity issue
by adding four new kindergarten
classes in the cluster for next year,
yet the demand for kindergarten
spaces at Bryant greatly exceeded the
number of seats available.
Join Don Kennedy, Chief Operating
Officer of Seattle Public Schools, and
Tracy Libros, Manager of Enrollment
and Planning, for a problem-solving
discussion. School Board Members
including Harium Martin-Morris will
also be in attendance. The intent of the
meeting is to engage in civic
conversation regarding capacity in our
neighborhood schools. Interested
community members are invited to
Questions: please contact Bryant
Principal Linda Robinson
( at 252
Charlie Mas said…
The plan will probably be presented on the 7th. On that day the Board will get a Strategic Planning update prior to the regular Board meeting.

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