Dundee Central School Superintendent Kelly Houck has held a series of forums where she posed questions to community members to gather information for a strategic plan for the district.
During her opening comments at the final meeting Jan. 29, she told a group of about 15 people at the Our Town Rocks headquarters that the school has become a regional school to visit for its personalized learning program. She said the public will be invited to visit the school March 7 to see the program for themselves, and it will be the subject of an article in an upcoming New York School Board Association magazine.
During the community meetings, she asked people to identify what things they feel the school district is doing well, and what areas the school could improve.
Areas people felt the district is doing well include budgeting, working to increase the availability of high speed internet service in the community, mental health supports in the school, and having alumni who return to work at the school.