TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A local school district wants to continue the conversation with parts of the community.
Vigo County Schools held a community listening session on Monday.
You may remember, the district started doing these at area schools.
Now, leaders want to branch out to the public.
They say they chose Union Hospital because many parents believe health and wellness are huge parts of education.
Superintendent Rob Haworth said these events help the district be transparent.
"Today, we just want to be listening. We want to hear from our community...try to do it in a setting that is very comfortable, that is very engaging," Haworth said.
School leaders say they'll continue these sessions through the end of the year.
After they, they plan to take an online format.
- VCSC holds community listening session
- Final round of VCSC Community Conversations postponed
- VCSC holds meeting to discuss strategic plan for the corporation
- Poor attendance at first in series of VCSC community meetings
- VCSC set to host third round of community meetings
- Final round of VCSC Community Meetings set for Wednesday
- Group meets for community brainstorming session
- VCSC Board meets at Terre Haute South
- VCSC Board names Jackie Lower as president
- Public input needed in VCSC superintendent search