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Maroa-Forsyth Schools Looking For Input on Future of Middle School

Maroa-Forsyth School leaders are turning to the community this week to offer up their thoughts on what the future should be at their middle school.


Superintendent Dr. John Ahlemeyer says they have identified the middle school as focus of a community group from earlier this year and so they are to the point they want to know what the community hopes to see happen. He says they have several options.



This Wednesday night, the community can come out and provide their thoughts on the future of the middle school. Those that come out will participate in an assessment developed by the committee. Dr. Ahlemeyer explains at the end of the night, they will take the top three results to present at their next meeting.



If you want to provide input but aren't sure what the district is working within their middle school, they are offering a tour of their middle school. Dr. Ahlemeyer feels it will be a good opportunity for someone to check it out that hasn't been in it in a while.



The meeting is Wednesday at 6:30 and will last until 8 pm at the Middle School at 101 South Cedar Street. The optional tour of the middle school will be at 6 pm. You can get more information at mfschools.net. Dr. Ahlemeyer says you can find information on everything the committee has done to this point and information about the upcoming meetings. 

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