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Community Task Force

The MTSD Board of Education approved the Long Range Master Plan: A Framework for Our Future on July 22, 2019. A Community Task Force has been launched to review and consider facility challenges, establish priorities, and make recommendations to the administration and board regarding facilities issues. The task force is an independent entity comprised of voices and perspectives from across our school district community.

The initiation of a task force is the next step in the district's long-range facilities planning process, which began in 2018. The process included a study of population and enrollment in the development of an all-encompassing 10-year framework. The study projects enrollment will continue to increase at the elementary level over the next 5-10 years.

The long-range master plan identifies several challenges, including projections that point to inadequate classroom space to meet expected growth at the elementary level. Outdated classroom configurations at all schools are not conducive to modern student-centered learning approaches. Site circulation and traffic flow present challenges at all campuses.

The task force will be meeting in fall 2019 to engage in their review and work to develop recommendations. Meeting notes and additional information will be posted here.

The opinions and recommendations of the task force are not binding and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of the board of education, of any individual school board member or of the superintendent and MTSD staff.

Who are the members of the task force?

The task force includes individuals who represent a spectrum of opinions and perspectives related to the school district and community. Former school board presidents Stephanie Clark and Peter Stone have agreed to serve as co-chairs.

Learn more about the 19 members of the task force.

When does the task force meet?

The task force will meet at the following days and times. The public is welcome to attend and observe task force meetings.

Meeting 1: September 11, 2019, 6:30-9 p.m.Range Line Conference Room
Meeting 2: September 18, 2019, 6:30-9 p.m.
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Meeting 3: October 2, 2019, 6:30-9 p.m.Range Line Conference Room

Meeting 4: October 16, 2019, 6:30-9 p.m.Range Line Conference Room

Meeting 5: October 30, 2019, 6:30-9 p.m.Range Line Conference Room

What is the task force reviewing and discussing?

Meeting 1 - Discussion notes
September 11, 2019
Meeting 2
September 18, 2019
Meeting 3
October 2, 2019
Meeting 4
October 16, 2019
Meeting 5
October 30, 2019

Can I share my perspective?

Yes! Community members are invited to share their perspective now by completing a brief questionnaire. Plus, watch for more opportunities to provide input in the coming months!

Complete the Community Questionnaire

Community Questionnaire

Community members are invited to share their perspective now by completing a brief questionnaire. Plus, watch for more opportunities to provide input in the coming months!

Complete the Community Questionnaire

Community Engagement

Task Force Launched Press Release September 9, 2019


Other touchpoints in addition to the above include direct email updates for staff, families, and community members, regular updates in the Momentum e-newsletter, social media, and website updates.

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