District 203 held their first Focus 203 Community Engagement Session of the school year.
Titled ‘State of the District,’ the meeting gave community members a chance to hear from Superintendent Dan Bridges and other administrators and have a chance to give their feedback.
“I believe the state of the district is excellent, but we’re also committed to continuous improvement, we have opportunities to get better. What we’re doing in the classroom is fantastic, kids are prepared for success, financially we’re solid. So I think we’re in a great place right now,” said Bridges.
Bridges discussed the increased number of students who receive free or reduced lunch, budgeting in light of uncertainties in Springfield and highlighted the successful rollout of the Digital Learning Initiative at the Junior High level.
The next Focus 203 Community Engagement Session will be in November and will focus on the length and placement of the school day and school year.
Naperville News 17’s Evan Summers reports.
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