Two meetings were held this month to discuss the school district’s strategic plan. At last night’s regular meeting, the school board heard an update about the on-going effort to create a new plan.
Federal programs and assessment administrator Melissa Byers explained what a strategic plan is.
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A draft version of the strategic plan has now been written. It’s available for viewing on-line at the Kodiak Island Borough website.
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For those who missed the strategic planning meetings but would still like to give input, there’s a survey on-line next to the draft plan.
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Byers told the board that input on the strategic plan will be accepted throughout the process of writing it. The draft plan and the on-line survey are available at Kodiak-schools-dot-org.
Also at last night’s meeting, re-elected board members Norm Wooten and Petal Rusch took the oath of office. Following a vote by the board, Wooten was re-elected as board president for the coming year, Melissa Borton was elected vice-president, Peggy Rauwolf clerk and Ruch was elected board treasurer.
Last night marked the debut of the board’s adoption of a new "paperless meeting" format. The school district has adopted new technology that provides all meeting information to board members via a webpage. District tech staff was on-hand in case of glitches during the program’s maiden voyage.