After distributing a survey, hosting community forums, and conducting 1-1 interviews, the Steering Committee hosted community planning nights to analyze data from these events and identify the district’s greatest needs. During these nights, the Committee used protocols like the ‘Wall of Ideas’ to challenge the district status quo and brainstorm solutions. Outcome: Steering Committee confirmed focus areas and could begin prototyping solutions
Approach: The Steering Committee reviewed the prototypes and evaluated initiatives according to their ease and impact of implementation to identify priorities. The Committee also planned to communicate the strategic plan to their stakeholders.
Outcome: A timeline for initiative implementation was developed to account for the next three years of execution.
Want more information? Check out the South Brunswick School District Strategic Plan Deployment Document.
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