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District Strategic Planning and Implementation Meeting External Stakeholders meeting
Dr. Geneva Stark is spending the year with BCPS in preparation for securing a superintendent's position in the future. As part of her work here, she is leading the formal development of a BCPS Strategic Plan. Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning Greg Schultz led Strategic Meeting participants through a PowerPoint presentation. The strategic meeting included a variety of community leaders who gave their input on five items to help guide the work of the district over the next several years. Bellarmine University Professor John Sizemore participates in a group discussion. Shepherdsville Fire Dept. Major Ted Calvert writes down responses to questions about the school district. Director of Secondary Education Brenda Pirtle leads a group discussion. Director of Pupil Personnel Pat Smith-Darnell records community member responses. Superintendent Keith Davis records comments from community members. Dr. Geneva Stark listens to a table discussion while District Technology Coordinator Jim Jackson takes notes.
Bullitt County EMS Paramedic Bridget Etherton and Shepherdsville Fire Dept. Major Ted Calvert enjoy participating in the table discussions. Dr. Geneva Start consults with Director of Secondary Education Brenda Pirtle. Community members read from responses as they make their final marks at the strategic meeting. Director of Tourism Troy Beam makes notes at the strategic meeting. Board of Education member Lorraine McLaughlin and Library Director Joe Schweiss study the responses about the district from fellow community members. Director of Elementary Education Terry Price leads a table discussion with Editor of The Pioneer News Thomas Barr, Dispatcher with E-911 Services Marc Richardson and Shepherdsville Fire Dept. Major Ted Calvert.