School district invites public to Vision 2020 meetings

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MADISON COUNTY, Tenn. — The clock is ticking toward the reveal of the Jackson-Madison County School System’s Vision 2020 plan. But before that happens, the district wants more input from the community. The Vision 2020 plan is an initiative to improve the school district and will include closing and consolidating some schools to maximize funding and utilize space. Earlier this year, community meetings were held with the consultant group laying out the plan, and more public meetings are set for the end of September. “We want the public’s input,” JMCSS spokesperson Ginger Carver said. “We want their opinions to know what their ideas are and what they think of the options that are going to be presented.” For a list of those meeting dates and times, visit the Seen on 7 section of our website.

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