Hamilton County Schools Asks For Strategic Planning Community Input

  • Monday, November 21, 2022

Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Justin Robertson is asking for community imput for strategic planning for the school system.

"We are excited to invite students, staff, families, community members, business leaders, and elected officials to share in developing a vision for the future of Hamilton County Schools," said Superintendent Robertson. "Our next strategic plan will be most impactful if it is shaped by our students, families, educators, and community partners. Over the coming months, we will have many ways to share feedback about our next strategic plan, including an online survey and in-person and virtual feedback sessions. To learn more, watch the video and visit our website." 

Strategic Planning Community Meetings:

Nov. 29 at East Brainerd Elementary 6 p.m. | Register here
Dec. 1 at Red Bank High 6 p.m. | Register here
Dec. 5 at Orchard Knob Elementary 6 p.m. | Register here
Dec. 7 at Virtual Zoom 5:30 p.m. | Register here
Dec. 15 at Virtual Zoom 12 p.m. | Register here

Please register to provide a head count so our team can supply adequate materials for all attendees. 

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