New superintendent pushes back approval of five-year plan for Fayetteville schools

Posted: July 30, 2016 at 1:06 a.m.

Matthew Wendt

Matthew Wendt

Superintendent Matthew Wendt wants to give his leadership team more time to study proposals included in a five-year comprehensive plan before it goes to the School Board for approval.

Framing Our Future work in Fayetteville School District

• July 23, 2015: School Board hears first presentation on Framing Our Future planning process

• Sept. 24, 2015: Board approved formation o planning committee

• Oct. 12-14, 2015: Planning team drafts mission statement, accompanied with a set of beliefs, objectives and strategies

• Nov. 19, 2015: Board approves mission statement

• January-April: Volunteers for 10 action teams develop plans to implement strategies set by planning team

• May 17-18: Action teams report back to planning team on recommendations for steps to implement the strategies

Source: Staff report

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