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Connections as a Core Value

Building solid relationships is one of our core values. We develop these connections by engaging in our shared purpose with stakeholders, including students, staff, families, community organizations, and the School Board. 

This year Superintendent Barton has been meeting  with student advisory committees at the middle and high schools, Students have provided an important voice as we seek to continually improve our programs and services.

We are also scheduling Coffee and Conversation meetings  for parents and community members to meet with Superintendent Barton. The conversations are casual, with no agenda, and allow families to discuss their hopes and dreams for our children and our schools. Communication is key to any organization’s success, and we look forward to continuing with these great events so everyone will have a chance to join in the conversation!

Coffee and Conversations: February 8, 2023 from 2:30-4:00 PM

District Center Board Room | 706 1st Street

Enter door #15 by City Hall

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Over the last four years, our School Boards and Long-term Facilities Planning Committee have been evaluating and planning for our facilities needs. Maintaining our community investment in schools is a fundamental task for school boards.

Building solid relationships is one of our core values. We develop these connections by engaging in our shared purpose with stakeholders, including students, staff, families, community organizations, and the School Board. 

This January, we’ve received more snow than we usually get in an entire winter season. Our elementary students are pretty big fans of it, but we know that our families and staff are less excited about the interruptions a snowfall can bring.