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Still time to sign up for school district’s action teams

By From page A7 | October 18, 2013

The Davis school district is still seeking intrepid volunteers who are interested in serving on the soon-to-be-formed action teams that are part of the district’s current strategic planning process.

The Strategic Planning Committee held a marathon three-day meeting in late September, identifying several goals and objectives for the five-year plan that is being developed. These goals and objectives will now be researched by the action teams, which the district hopes to form next week.

“This is the making of history!” said Superintendent Winfred Roberson. “I’m thrilled at the positive outlook that strategic planning is generating among our employees and in the community. As an organization and community, we’re on the ground floor of ensuring an even brighter educational future for all the students who attend Davis schools.

“Furthermore, I commend our trustees for having the foresight and courage to engage employees and community members in a collective process that identifies our common values, unites our focus, encourages creativity and will ultimately advance curriculum and learning in the DJUSD,” Roberson said.

Those interested can learn more about serving on the action teams filling out a strategic planning action team interest form on the district’s website, http://www.djusd.net/cms/page_view?d=x&piid=&vpid=1376900174186.

The first action team meetings will take place Wednesday.

— Reach Jeff Hudson at [email protected] or 530-747-8055.


Jeff Hudson

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