Clearview Public Schools trustees took a look at the first step toward a Three-Year Education Plan at their regular meeting on Thursday, Oct. 9.
Superintendent Peter Barron presented the board with a 38-page draft of the Three-Year Education Plan for 2014 to 2017, developed by senior administration in response to the priorities and principles identified by the board at its meetings in August and September.
For each priority, the plan’s developers indicated several goals and strategies, as well as “celebrations” — benchmarks that would be used to indicate the degree of success in realizing those priorities.
The plan sparked discussion on several issues, including privacy concerns over the use of Google Apps for Education, and the wording used to express the board’s position on maintaining small schools.
The draft was filed as information and superintendent Peter Barron said he would take the input from the trustees back with him, preparing a final draft of the action plan to be presented to the board in late November.
The board will gather on Thursday, Oct. 23 for an organizational meeting at 2 p.m., followed by the regular meeting beginning at 5 p.m.