Randall School to host informal sessions for community with School Board

The Randall School District has issued the following press release regarding informal sessions with the School Board and community this week:

The Randall Board of Education invites interested community members to attend informal sessions to get acquainted, ask questions, and share information about the school district. The sessions will be held in the school library on two occasions. Each session is scheduled for one hour. The dates and times for each of the winter sessions are as follows:

  • Monday, Jan. 10 from 6:30 to  7:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Jan. 11 from 7 to 8 a.m.

A light snack and beverage will be offered at each session.

Two members of the Randall Board of Education will be present to speak with you and listen to your input and feedback on the recently established Board Goals. These three year goals (2010 – 2013) were created following a planning session of the Board held this past June 29. The goals, in no order of importance, are as follows:

  • Goal #1: The District, in collaboration with various stakeholders, will develop a positive image campaign to highlight the positives of Randall School.
  • Goal #2: The District, in collaboration with various local, state and federal professional organizations, will advocate for major reforms to the existing Wisconsin state school funding formula.
  • Goal #3: The District will, as a local staff development initiative, continue to explore avenues to enhance student academic achievement. A major source of instructional support for such improved student learning will be the continued infusion of technology into our classrooms and support for teachers and staff to utilize technology more fully in their work with our students.

Please take time to familiarize yourself with the Board goals as noted above and make arrangements to be present to share any thoughts, ideas or suggestions that would positively move Randall Consolidated School forward in and effort to meet its’ mission of: “Striving Toward the Achievement of Excellence.”


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