After months of work with an outside facilitator, the school board has finally finished its work plan.
In theory, the work plan lays out what the board wants to focus on between 2008-11. The items should be familiar as they're based off the findings of the curriculum management audit and the citizens' facilities advisory committee.
The board will look at is how to provide equal access to comparable programs, services, and opportunities to impact success for all students.
The board will also review offering weightlifting, wrestling and tennis and reducing parking spaces. Both of those options from the CFAC report drew a lot of negative remarks. Tennis supporters were especially unhappy.
There are plenty of other things in the work plan to keep the board busy.