Lynchburg City Schools community conversations see low participation, division pushes forward

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June 10, 2019

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Although few community members attended the 13 follow-up community conversations Lynchburg City Schools held since its initial event in January, the division looks forward to making progress.

In January, LCS hosted its first-ever community conversation in which more than 100 community members went to Heritage High School to provide input as the division works to develop its five-year strategic plan.

The event focused on reading, special education, chronic absenteeism, family and community engagement and alternatives to suspension.