School District 203 is seeking the help of the public to ensure continuous improvement for the sake of thousands of school children.
After Superintendent Dan Bridges outlined key issues in his “State of the District” report, community members broke out into groups. They then discussed those issues, which ranged from teacher pension reform to common core standards.
“Businessman, governmental partners, service agencies, and individuals bring valuable support to our students and the work we do in the schools,” said Bridges.
The event was part of a series of “Community Engagement” sessions, where community members are invited to provide input and directions to move the district forward.
“I was surprised to see how many people came as far as both teachers and community members. I think that bodes well for the process,” said Chris Rester.
“I think it’s great that we all came together to embrace change and figure out the best solutions for everyone,” said Heather Staed.
“The district’s obviously doing an amazing job,” said Christy Scofield. “The way we can do better is to get all the parents, teachers, community on the same path.”
The next community engagement session will be on April 17th at 7 p.m. For a full calendar and to register, visit www.naperville203.org. The district encourages all to attend.
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