Oct 27 2009
School Board Hears Strategic Plan Update
Tuesday, 27 October 2009

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            Two meetings were held this month to discuss the school district's strategic plan. At last night's regular meeting, the school board heard an update about the on-going effort to create a new plan.

            Federal programs and assessment administrator Melissa Byers explained what a strategic plan is.

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--          (Strategic Plan 1                              "It's really an ... that we have.")


            A draft version of the strategic plan has now been written. It's available for viewing on-line at the Kodiak Island Borough website.


--          (Strategic Plan 2                            "In the draft ... the strategic plan.")


            For those who missed the strategic planning meetings but would still like to give input, there's a survey on-line next to the draft plan.


--          (Strategic Plan 3                            "This is an ... on the website.")


            Byers told the board that input on the strategic plan will be accepted throughout the process of writing it. The draft plan and the on-line survey are available at Kodiak-schools-dot-org.

            Also at last night's meeting, re-elected board members Norm Wooten and Petal Rusch took the oath of office. Following a vote by the board, Wooten was re-elected as board president for the coming year, Melissa Borton was elected vice-president, Peggy Rauwolf clerk and Ruch was elected board treasurer.

            Last night marked the debut of the board's adoption of a new "paperless meeting" format. The school district has adopted new technology that provides all meeting information to board members via a webpage. District tech staff was on-hand in case of glitches during the program's maiden voyage.