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Community Input Sought for Long-Range Planning of Madison City Schools


One of the things that makes us an outstanding school district is the strong partnership we enjoy with the community. You demonstrated that with overwhelming approval of the school tax renewals. The Board and I, along with our Madison City Schools team, sincerely thank you for that. Another key to that partnership is communication with stakeholders. Today, I’d like to ask your input as we formulate our 10 year strategic plan.  The short list of questions found in this link will help us design the blueprint for Madison City Schools for the next decade and beyond. The questionnaire covers topics such as curricular offerings, arts, facilities, athletics and others. Your ideas are important whether you are a parent, student, employee, or community member without children in school. Please look it over and let us hear back from you by Jan. 7.

Thank you, Robby Parker

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