Bound Brook School District Invites Community to Strategic Planning Sessions

Interested in helping the district plan for the future? 

The Bound Brook School District invites the community to discuss the district’s future through three Strategic Planning sessions. Our first meeting will take place on Thursday, February 1. 

The district’s Strategic Plan is used to communicate and outline our goals, mission, vision, values, and strategic initiatives over five years. Students, staff, parents, board members, and the broader community will work together to shape a plan for the district’s future. 

“This is an exciting time in the Bound Brook School District as we collaborate with the community to chart a purposeful path forward,” said Dr. Alvin Freeman, Superintendent of Schools. “A Strategic Plan establishes a clear and shared understanding of our district’s intentional steps for the next several years. As we prioritize our district goals, we realize feedback from our neighbors, community members, friends, teachers, and students is vital. Together with these stakeholders, we will create a shared vision for the successful future of the Bound Brook School District.” 

The first strategic planning session will take place on Thursday, Feb. 1. The following meetings will take place Wednesday, Feb. 21, and Monday, March 11. All three meetings will begin at 6 p.m. in the Bound Brook High School cafeteria.  

The New Jersey School Boards Association will facilitate each session to guide the district and community in developing goals and objectives to move the district forward. Community members will have an opportunity to provide input on future direction as well as current strengths and needs of the district. 

Please RSVP using this registration link. The full invitation handout is also available.  

Join us in this exciting process to shape the path forward for the Bound Brook School District!