WESTWOOD, N.J. -- The Westwood Regional Board of Education is asking the community to help develop its Strategic Plan.
Parents, community leaders, staff, students, and other interested members of the public are invited to work together to help identify the strategies needed to move the district forward to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
Three sessions are scheduled, all facilitated by the New Jersey School Boards Association. The Tuesday, March 1, meeting will address “Strengths, Accomplishments, and Challenges of the District.”
Monday, March 28, will cover “Vision and Expectations for the Future.”
“Goal Statements and Related Strategies” is slated for Monday, April 25.
Acting in conjunction with all its stakeholders, the district’s objective is to analyze its strengths, accomplishments, and challenges; determine the vision and expectations for the future; and establish the goals and objectives necessary to design the future of its schools.
All sessions will be held in Hurley Theater in the Westwood Regional Junior/Senior High School at 7 p.m.
Interested individuals are asked to complete a registration form available on the district website at www.wwrsd.org .
The high school is located at 701 Ridgewood Rd.
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