Prescott schools need your helpPRESCOTT—What will Prescott School District look like three years from now?
By: Roger Hulne, Prescott School Superintendent, Pierce County Herald
PRESCOTT—What will Prescott School District look like three years from now?
Maintaining our status as a school district of choice requires a community effort—that’s where the citizens of Prescott come in.
In September, the Prescott School Board voted to adopt a set of three-year goals. To achieve these goals, we seek the input and expertise of citizens like you as part of the strategic planning process.
Please consider volunteering to be part of a PSD Strategic Planning team. These are citizen-led advisory teams that help set the direction of the district in six key areas: academic achievement, educational opportunities, technology, community engagement, facilities and funding.
You will analyze the various needs, evaluate and recommend ideas to achieve the district’s goals, and propose Action Steps.
Sound hard? It won’t be—we have a streamlined process, simple tools and professional facilitation to keep things moving. What we need is your ideas, thoughts and a little bit of time.
Plan on 4-5 meetings of 60-90 minutes each, spread over 6-10 weeks, plus an hour or so reading “homework.” That’s less than 10 hours of time for a really good cause—kids, schools and the community!
Who should volunteer? People with experience in these areas: academics and education, finance, marketing/communications, operations, facilities/asset management, technology, fundraising/development, project management, anyone with the willingness and ability to serve!
Kickoff meetings will be scheduled for mid-November.
To get involved, call or email Roger Hulne at 715-262-5782 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, go to www.prescott.k12.wi.us.