MISSOULA — It's time for Missoula County Public Schools to upgrade their long-range plan.
It's a document which will determine everything from facilities to policies and curriculum for the next five years.
"We need a new strategic plan and we want the community, our board members, our students, our parents, to have input in that process,” MCPS spokeswoman Hatton Littman said.
Littman told MTN News that the new plan will be a major factor in directing their work going forward.
MCPS started an online survey this week, and will look for additional public comments at three workshops between now and the end of March.
"It'll allow our community to say what do we want our future to look like five years down the road," said Littman. "What will we look like in a school district in 2025."
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