• Town hall meeting allows input for McDuffie schools’ future
By Linda Green

Laura Reilly

An approaching ice storm did not stop more than 100 people from gathering at Thomson High School to give their perspectives on the McDuffie County School system.
The school board held a town hall session Feb. 11 to allow citizens to provide input into what the school system should be, and looks like, in the future.
The session kicked off the board of education’s efforts to review and adjust its strategic plan for the seven McDuffie schools that are educating 4,340 students. The board is beginning to plan what the system will do in the next five years, as well as its vision and its mission.
“Every five years, we need to look at and rework significantly the strategic plan, said School Superintendent Jim LeBrun. Everything, from facilities to technology, to curriculum, to budget, to the day-to-life of students is been reviewed.”

To read more on this story, see the Thurs., Feb. 20, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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