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School System to host Community Engagement Session Monday, August 23

The Seminole County School System is embarking on a strategic planning process that requires input from citizens, staff, parents, students and civic leaders. It is vital that this community’s stakeholders make their voices heard on the future direction of the Seminole County School System. The input will be used to ensure that the resulting strategic plan will reflect the wishes of all of the school system’s citizenry.

There are two opportunities for the community to provide this input. The first opportunity is next Monday, August 23,  at the Seminole County Middle High School cafeteria from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. The session is open to the public and Seminole County citizens, school district’s faculty and staff, parents and high school students are invited to attend and encouraged to participate in small group discussions regarding issues useful in developing the plan. 

If you cannot attend the meeting, then the second opportunity to provide your input will allow you to make sure you voice is heard. Beginning on Tuesday, August 24 an online survey will allow you to comment and be a part of this important community development issue. 

On Tuesday morning, August 24, a link to the survey will be posted on the school system’s website at The survey will then be available and accessible to the public through Tuesday, September 7.

Beginning on September 8 all of the input gathered from the engagement session and from the online survey will be given to a planning team composed of school staff and community members to assist in their deliberations on crafting a vision, mission, beliefs and strategic goal areas for the Seminole County School System.

“It is critical to have as many voices at the table as possible so that our strategic plan will truly represent the wishes of all of our district’s stakeholders,” said Seminole County School Superintendent Mark Earnest.

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