Baldwin County School District to Host Strategic Planning Stakeholder Forum

November 1, 2017

 

The Baldwin County School District (BCSD) is in the process of creating a new strategic plan that will determine how they educate their students and chart their course into the future. BCSD will be hosting their first strategic planning stakeholder forum on November 16th, 2017 from 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m at Baldwin High School.

 

BCSD is extending an invitation to families and community members to participate in creating a vision for the future direction of the public schools. BCSD wants to hear your ideas and suggestions as they plan for the future of the children in Baldwin County. They also need your help in defining BCSD’s goals and priorities.

 

“The input we receive from our community is incredibly important to us. We value bringing together our staff, parents, business and faith-based leaders, and the public-at-large to discuss the best way forward,” said Superintendent Dr. Noris Price.  “We look forward to having everyone come out and work with us to build a world-class school district right here in Baldwin County.”  


BCSD looks forward to working together during the strategic planning process. If you have any questions, please call Shane Purdy at the Baldwin County School District Office: 478-457-3324 or email: shane.purdy@baldwin.k12.ga.us.

 

 

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