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Kannapolis school board to discuss new strategic plan

The Kannapolis City Board of Education will discuss its new strategic plan at the Monday meeting.
According to Ellen Boyd, director of community relations, the plan is in the initial stages. The previous plan was developed in 2010 and spanned five years.
“We are just getting started on drafting another five-year plan. We hope to have the plan completed by the end of this calendar year,” she said.
A survey to obtain community input is posted on the Kannapolis board’s Facebook page and on its Website, kcs.k12.nc.us.
“We would love to have as much community input as we can get,” Boyd said.
The board will also recognize recipients of the Energy Star Awards at Monday’s meeting. Lindsey Lipsey from Woodrow Wilson Elementary School will be recognized as the Hilbish Ford Teacher of the Month.
Discussion will take place regarding A.L. Brown’s policy concerning students bringing their own electronic devices to school. Other policies for review on the agenda are appropriate Internet usage and a revision to the code of conduct.
Kelly Burgess, director of student accountability, will provide a testing and accountability update. Will Crabtree, director of business operations, will give a report on finances and discuss budget consideration.
The Kannapolis City Board of Education will meet Monday at 5 p.m. in the boardroom of the district’s administrative office, 100 Denver St. in Kannapolis.

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