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School superintendent seeks your input
Spotsylvania Superintendent Scott Baker is seeking input from the community regarding the strategic plan for the school division. A link is provided below for you to participate.
FY2014-19 Draft Strategic Plan Survey: Mission, Vision and Core Values
Superintendent’s Request for Community/Stakeholders Participation
Dear Parents, Students, Staff, Citizens, Community and Business Leaders:
Our strategic planning steering committee, consisting of 46 cross sectional educators and community stakeholders, has been working diligently to review and update our existing FY2008-14 strategic plan. As a means of fostering collective ownership by the entire Spotsylvania County community, we are asking that all stakeholders complete the survey regarding the new draft mission, vision, and core value statements for the time span of fiscal years 2014 – 2019. The survey is comprised of 4 Questions and will only take about 5 – 7 minutes of your time. To access the survey, please click on the link below.
To ensure that Spotsylvania County Schools (SCS) remain focused and poised to meet the total needs of all students, it is critical that we routinely reflect, look into the future, and analyze the horizons to make sure that we provide the best instruction and educational programs possible. Your feedback is an important piece of this process. This effort will be ongoing as we develop our strategic plan. We sincerely value the input from our community and strongly encourage your active participation in the strategic planning process.
If you have questions about the survey you may contact Dennis Martin, Director of Strategic Planning and School Improvement, at (540)834-2500, ext. 1019 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance for your participation in helping chart the course for the future of Spotsylvania County Schools.
Dr. S. Scott Baker
CLICK TO BEGIN SURVEY. The survey will be open until December 12, 2012.