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Schools strategic leadership team meets

Meeting three of the Adair County Schools Strategic Leadership Team (SLT) was held last week at the Extension Office for discussions with students represented from grades 5-12 who spoke about their experiences.

This is meeting three of six or seven meant to complete all the research, set goals and make plans for improvement.

The workshops are led by Dr. James Neihof, Co-Director of Deeper Learning at the Green River Regional Educational Cooperative to gather strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats affecting the future of local public schools.

Light refreshments and childcare for children under 10 are provided at the meetings. The Team will gather input from hundreds of individuals over the next few months, and conclude its work with a recommendation to the School Board in the spring.

This story was posted on 2023-02-07 22:17:08
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Seniors at strategic leadership meeting

2023-02-07 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Keaton Burton, front left; Beth Cowan, center; and Emylou Miller, at right, were in attendance at the third meeting of the Adair Schools Strategic Leadership Team meeting. The three seniors were among students from grades 5-12 to help with research and planing.

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Students on panel at strategic leadership meeting

2023-02-07 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Seventeen students from three of the four Adair public schools made up a panel at the strategic leadership meeting for research and goal setting. From ACES were: Leo Garsee, Mason Rose, Jordan Staten, Brisa Perez. From ACMS: Summer Rowe, Lucas Davis, Addie Baker, Jasper Kemp, and Emma Dorman. From ACHS: Jonathan Gold, Trey Stephens, Rachel Brown, Millie Brown, Jazzy Kemp, Emylou Miller, Keaton Burton, Beth Cowan. (Students are not listed in order and some came in to join the panel after the photo was made.)

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