Hart schools seeking community feedback
The Hart County Charter System is asking the community for input and feedback as to the comprehensive needs for local schools. Input is specifically needed for the school system’s 2019-2020 Comprehensive Needs Assessment and District Improvement Plan, as well as the Title I School-wide Improvement Plans and the 2019-2020 Hart County Charter System Parent/Family Engagement Plan.
Residents of Hart County are invited to provide comments on these plans and suggest any possible changes. The documents for both plans are the basis of how the school district will budget and spend federal money to enhance academic achievement of all students.
Parents and community members will review the 2018-2019 documents, providing input on changes, which may be considered for the upcoming school year. The plans will be available for review in the Professional Learning Room from 1-3 p.m., Tuesday, April 16, and 10 a.m. to noon, Wednesday, April 17.
The Professional Learning Room is located in the Board of Education Office, 284 Campbell Drive in Hartwell. Parents who review these documents will be encouraged to provide written feedback. In addition, the documents are available for review on the Hart County Charter System’s website at www.hart.k12.ga.us.
Comments are welcomed and can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
For more information, contact Jennifer Carter, Associate Superintendent, or Lamar Scott, Title I Director, by email or by phone at 706-376-5141.