With a possible bond election on the horizon in May 2015, community members in Klein ISD provided input on the future of the district on everything from fine arts programs to how to handle overcrowding at schools.
Dozens of parents, faculty and stakeholders attended a futures conference May 7 at the Klein ISD Multipurpose Center. David Sturtz, project director for consulting firm DeJong-Richter, said the information will be integral to developing an educational framework for the district's future plan.
"We'll look at feedback you provide for possible solutions to possible challenges," Sturtz said.
He said the firms will develop a list of potential options in July. A steering committee will begin narrowing those options this fall. The public will have another opportunity to provide input through a series of public meetings in October, Sturtz said. A final list will be presented to the Klein ISD board of trustees in December for approval.
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