Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan – survey responses and comment card answers posted
Continued thanks to everyone who has engaged with our Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) process. We have seen how connected our community is to our schools and it continues to be a strength we value in our schools.
Presentation materials and video streams from each night of our first in-person engagement series are posted on our CFMP webpage: www.lsr7.org/cfmp. We have also added the “Current Needs” survey results overview to the webpage. The comment card questions and answers from the first series are also posted. These can be found in the “Timeline: Track our Progress” section of the CFMP website.
We continue to emphasize the importance of our work on future-ready environments and the unique opportunity we have to shape the future of our schools during the CFMP process. Finding solutions based on broad input is important to our community, and that includes continued engagement and transparency around potential boundary adjustments to meet capacity needs. As we continue our conversations during our next engagement series in October, we will gather critical input around key parameters so that our families and the broader community can start to get an understanding around how the planning process will affect them personally.
We will continue to keep you updated as the process moves forward. Next week, we will provide information about the October series format – being cognizant of providing opportunity for small group dialogue and discussion. We’ve approached this process with a blank slate. We’re encouraged by the amount of engagement and connection to this work that the Lee’s Summit community has exhibited time and again.
As a reminder, we are providing weekly CFMP updates through our eNews platform. If you are not signed up to receive this eNews update, please click here for access. We are also providing CFMP updates via social media and encourage you to engage with our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram platforms.
Again, thank you for your connection and commitment to our students and our schools. We look forward to continuing the conversation together.