By Jeff Hurt Results are in: Community speaks on future of Rotan ISD

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By Jeff Hurt

The data collected from recent surveys revealed public perceptions of the Rotan ISD School District and how a majority of participant’s felt about its future, giving trustees much to consider at last week’s special called meeting. Region 14 Service Center Director Ronnie Kincaid said the next step is to use the data to set strategic priorities. In a more than 90-minute presentation, Kincaid and his colleague, Rose Burks—director of Curriculum Integration & Support—explained how survey comments translated into numbers the board could use in the development of a long-term action plan.

Region 14 first approached Superintendent Greg Decker about contracted services back in February, services that would allow the center to gather data from a survey published on the district’s website. Based on the feedback from this survey, Region 14, school administration, and school board would have meetings to formulate a five-year Strategic Action Plan. Decker was hesitant

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