Katy ISD held four education summits in March to collect feedback on what to include in the district’s next strategic design plan.

The summits were hosted as a joint venture between the KISD Board of Trustees and engage2learn, a Texas-based education company that specializes in strategic design and planning.

Strategic design is a method of ensuring that community members and district staff are working towards the same goals. The plan will serve as the guiding force for district improvements in the next five years, engage2learn employees said.

Nearly 300 people participated in the four summits, according to district officials. The events were the first of many steps the district will take to formulate the plans.

The strategic design team consists of 60 community stakeholders and will look at the data gathered from the summits and design the five-year plan, Richardson said.

The team will present the plan at the June board of trustees meeting.



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