Every three years, school districts engage their communities in a Comprehensive Planning process to determine goals for their organization. Establishing a community-based committee inclusive of a diverse group of stakeholders is both required, and important, to the success of the comprehensive planning process. Members of the Comprehensive Planning Steering Committee will reflect and recommend improvements on areas such as the district mission, vision, and educational values. The Comprehensive Planning Steering Committee will also conduct a needs assessment that helps lead to action plans for improvement. Finally, the steering committee will help to develop goals that will lead Spring-Ford through the next three years.
Over the next several months, stakeholders will have an opportunity to become involved in the planning process and offer feedback. Completing the Comprehensive Planning Interest Form is the first step in this process.
September 2021: Interest Form opens
October 2021: Steering Committee starts to meet