Nanaimo school district long-term planning meetings continue into 2017

NANAIMO – School district will continue holding meetings for its 2020 Vision multi-year budget plan in 2017

Nanaimo school district will continue holding meetings for its 2020 Vision multi-year budget plan in 2017.

The plan deals with budget, facilities and asset management and the school board was anticipated to approve a schedule at its Wednesday night board meeting.

Trustees are scheduled to receive a presentation of 2020 Vision survey results at the Feb. 8 business committee meeting.

A public input session is anticipated for Feb. 23, with the district department of learning services presenting a three-year budget plan.

More departments are slated to present at a March 1 education committee meeting and Nanaimo teachers and support workers unions will present at the March 8 business committee meeting.

Dale Burgos, school district spokesman, said a date for release of the 2020 Vision report is not known yet.

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