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Coppell ISD announced Nov. 17 that it is embarking on a new district Strategic Design initiative to help CISD create its next set of priorities from which all efforts will be aligned.

“Since we are nearing the end of our last strategic plan, Pinnacle 2020, this effort is timely and will give the district a renewed vision for the upcoming years,” Superintendent Brad Hunt said in a message to Coppell ISD stakeholders Nov. 17.

The district will kick off its Strategic Design efforts with the first of three Education Summits on Thursday, Nov. 30 at Richard J. Lee Elementary from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.  Additional Education Summits are planned for Monday, Dec. 4 at Coppell’s William T. Cozby Public Library from noon to 2 p.m. and Wednesday, Dec. 6 at New Tech High @Coppell from 6 to 8 p.m. Coppell ISD stakeholders, including parents, students, staff and the Coppell community, are invited to attend one of the summits, which will prepare the audience to consider their values and vision for education. Additional phases of the Strategic Design process include an online questionnaire, one-on-one interviews, and district and market research.

“This will ensure we are aligned as we define our district core beliefs and set strategies on which we will focus,” Hunt continued in his letter. 

Details about the phases of the district’s Strategic Design process can be found at  

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