The time has come for parents and members of the community to let their voices be heard.
The public can address Deputy Superintendent Bill Moffatt on Tuesday, March 7, at a special parent-community budget presentation at the central office board room.
“Public input is very important,” Moffatt said. “This is an opportunity for people to say they want to see special things in the schools.”
In the past, the district has implemented programs like vocational education, which led to the Career Academy, reading programs in the classroom, and later, full-day kindergarten.
Moffatt is currently giving budget presentations on improving schools throughout the district. “This isn’t something new. We have always encouraged public input. In the past it has really been valuable. We want to see people come out again this year.”