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Last updated: August 22. 2014 12:22PM - 315 Views

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Southwest Technology Center has started the process for school improvement with plans for continued success of the center and the future of the educational facility. The first step of this process is the development of a new strategic plan.


During the Aug. 11 board meeting the SWTC Board of Education approved Strategic Planning Consultation utilizing the Malcolm Baldridge Continuous model with Bill Bendure for the 2014-2015 school year. The administration at SWTC quickly began the process and met with Mr. Bendure to start strategic planning.


“As part of the process, we would like input from you, as well as partners throughout the community, for external input for the development of this strategic plan. Your feedback will be critical as we strive for continuous school improvement and look towards the implementation of this plan for the future of SWTC and for the future of the community needs,” said SWTC Superintendent Dale Latham.


SWTC would like to invite all community members, as valued partners, to an interactive planning meeting on Oct. 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. This short session, encouraging community feedback, is vital to the process of the development of the strategic plan.


The community is initially encouraged to complete a brief, confidential and anonymous online survey, composed of four questions. The survey may be accessed at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/795H5KN. The survey will close on Sept. 2, 2014. The survey can also be accesses by visiting www.swtech.edu and following the “Strategic Planning Survey” link.


SWTC looks forward to your thoughts and insight while thanking you in advance for your participation in this strategic planning process.


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