Help Douglas County School District plan for its future

The district sends an open invitation to two upcoming community meetings

Staff report
Posted 3/6/19

Douglas County School District is asking community members for input on a roadmap for the district's future. The goal is to promote what board of education members and district leaders call a …

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Help Douglas County School District plan for its future

The district sends an open invitation to two upcoming community meetings

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Douglas County School District is asking community members for input on a roadmap for the district's future. The goal is to promote what board of education members and district leaders call a “unity of purpose” throughout the district.

“In the spirit of our unity of purpose, I hope I can count on you to join us in coming together to determine the priorities our district should focus on in order to ensure each of our students receives the best education possible and each student leaves high school prepared for a successful future, whatever path that may be,” Superintendent Thomas Tucker said.

The school district, which serves 68,000 students, is in the process of developing a strategic plan that will guide the next three to five years. In doing so, it wants to hear the wants and needs of families, students and community members.

DCSD is hosting two upcoming community meetings that are open to the public. Attendees will have an opportunity to converse and share ideas with school board members and district staff.

The meetings are:

• Thursday, March 7, 6:30-8:00 p.m., Cimarron Middle School, 12130 Canterberry Parkway, Parker

• Thursday, March 14, 6:30-8:00 p.m., Mountain Vista High School, 10585 Mountain Vista Ridge, Highlands Ranch

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