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HPS seeks input from community

 


HPS seeks input from community

Zach White

If anyone in Havre has questions or opinions on what Havre Public Schools do, or how they do it, the administrators will be happy to hear those questions tonight.

The latest in a growing number of community outreach efforts, the district will host a public forum at 6:30 p. m. today in the Triangle Communications Hospitality Room on U. S. Highway 2.

Superintendent Andy Carlson and individual school administrators will be available to try and clear up any questions or concerns people may have.

"The primary purpose of this is to have a dialogue with the community, " Carlson said. "We'll go over the legislative session, or talk about possible levy options. But I also want to field some questions. "

The meeting comes a bit more than a month since the last time the district sought public opinion, in their online mission and vision statement survey, which Carlson anticipates discussing this evening.

The superintendent will start the meeting with a brief presentation and then take questions from the audience.

He said this is a new idea for the district that they are excited to explore

"We've never done anything like this before. We'll see where this goes, " Carlson said. "I want input from the community. We're trying to move it to a neutral location, and make it a little less formal than a visit to my office. "

If anyone in Havre has questions or opinions on what Havre Public Schools do, or how they do it, the administrators will be happy to hear those questions tonight.

The latest in a growing number of community outreach efforts, the district will host a public forum at 6:30 p. m. today in the Triangle Communications Hospitality Room on U. S. Highway 2.

Superintendent Andy Carlson and individual school administrators will be available to try and clear up any questions or concerns people may have.

"The primary purpose of this is to have a dialogue with the community, " Carlson said. "We'll go over the legislative session, or talk about possible levy options. But I also want to field some questions. "

The meeting comes a bit more than a month since the last time the district sought public opinion, in their online mission and vision statement survey, which Carlson anticipates discussing this evening.

The superintendent will start the meeting with a brief presentation and then take questions from the audience.

He said this is a new idea for the district that they are excited to explore

"We've never done anything like this before. We'll see where this goes, " Carlson said. "I want input from the community. We're trying to move it to a neutral location, and make it a little less formal than a visit to my office. "

 

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