District Kicks Off Strategic Planning & Survey Opportunity
Posted on 03/08/2022
The Plainville school district has begun its next round of strategic planning, according to Superintendent of Schools, Steven LePage.

On February 15th, LePage kicked off the start of strategic planning with a virtual meeting open to the public, where he provided an overview of school district highlights, solicited initial feedback from attendees regarding their thoughts on Plainville Community Schools’ “points of pride” and how we as a community can further develop, and in some ways, transform Plainville Community Schools into THE model school district in Connecticut.
As the next step in  the strategic planning process, the school district is seeking feedback from all community stakeholders through a short survey currently available on the school district’s website home page, under the quick link labeled “Strategic Planning Survey.” The survey will be available on the district website through March 18th.  A subsequent survey will be shared after March 18th where stakeholders will be asked to rank the importance of a variety of district projects and areas of focus based on the initial thought gathering survey results and feedback. Following the survey exercise, stakeholders will be invited to participate in a series of meetings to develop the strategic plan framework, incorporating community feedback and support.
“I am incredibly proud of the many offerings and opportunities that Plainville Community Schools currently ensures for our district children and families. We do many things incredibly well, and our entire community benefits from the dedicated effort and focused work of our talented PCS staff team. However, as we reflect on and appreciate all that we have achieved in Plainville, it is important to not be complacent. It is vital to look ahead, and strategically plan our district’s path to ensure that we arrive at a destination that we will all be excited about and proud of as a community. In 3-5 years, the hope is that we will look back in amazement at all that has been done for our students, families and staff. A strategic planning process, involving many diverse and representative voices is critical to a successful process. Thank you for being a part of this important effort to shape the future of our community schools,” noted Superintendent LePage.