District 210 to hold "State of the District" in late January
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
On Thursday, January 25, 2018, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210 will hold its first annual “State of the District” in the Lincoln-Way Central Fine Arts Center. The event will begin at 7 p.m.
The event stemmed from the Strategic Planning initiative, which began in December of 2016 and was facilitated by Dr. Robert J. Madonia.
Members of the Community Relations focus area established the “State of the District” event as a means to update the public regarding all focus areas of District 210 including: finance, building and grounds, community and public relations, curriculum and assessment, human resources and technology. The meeting will cover the current state of each focus area, as well as the goals to be completed by 2022. Members of the Board of Education and administration will be available for discussion at the conclusion of the presentation.
“This event will allow our public to see the goals that were set forth during the strategic planning, the progress and accomplishments that have been made thus far, as well as our path for continued improvement,” says District 210 Board President, Joseph Kirkeeng.