Among the most important resources in making decisions as the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Matthew Haas says, are the opinions and suggestions he receives from community members. In the past, this input has contributed to several important programs such as the annual budget, the division’s strategic plan and the redesign of the high school learning experience. Building on these successes, Dr. Haas is holding a regular series of informal conversations around the county with parents to hear from them about their child’s experience in school and how the division can continue to improve its performance. Called, “Community Check-In,” you can find notes on prior meetings in this section. For those who are interested in hosting a future conversation, there’s a form at the bottom of these notes.
What We've Heard: Summary of Feedback
Hollymead Elementary and Sutherland Middle School - September 10, 2019
Red Hill and Scottsville Elementary Schools - October 23, 2019
Henley Middle School - November 19, 2019
Agnor-Hurt Elementary School (Townwood & Triangle Neighborhoods) - January 16, 2020
Interested in hosting a community check-in with Dr. Haas?
At this time we are scheduling for the school year 2020/2021.
Please fill out this request.