Utilizing the expertise of community members with backgrounds in finance, architecture, communications and the like, the Solon School District’s strategic planning committee included 125 people. The committee members logged a combined 1,800 hours of work to create a plan for the district’s future, one that looks at important issues in finance, communication, social and emotional learning and facilities.

School Superintendent Fred Bolden said the final document, which is both a five-year plan and an action plan, highlights various districtwide objectives.

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