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School board to discuss future of Knox at work session

Superintendent Dr. Lynn Moody will share her vision for the development of Knox Middle School at the school board’s work session Monday.
“There’s a concept that she wants to talk about that we develop Knox under,” said Chairman of the board Dr. Richard Miller. Her vision includes site and leadership development, he said.
In conjunction with Moody’s plan, a town hall meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Knox Middle School to update the entire Knox community on the selection process for the new principal.
Sharon Gardner, the school system’s risk manager will update the board on Safe Havens International’s security assessment of Rowan-Salisbury schools. This will be the first update since the consultant’s visit to the schools.
Miller said the board hopes to be provided an estimate for safety upgrades during the meeting.
The board will also discuss updates to their strategic plan, which they will publicly present in May.
A staff and community planning group has been developing different ideas and plans, and will be reporting back to the board.
“This is supposed to become the overview of, ‘Okay, this is where we think we are,’” Miller said, adding that it should allow them to develop a framework for the strategic plan.
In addition, the Board of Education will review their governance model, and look at how they organize committees and subgroups and the board’s structure.
The board will meet Monday at 4 p.m. at the Ellis Street school administrative offices, 314 N. Ellis St. in Salisbury.

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