Center Grove schools added online courses and purchased iPads for its high school students after hearing what residents wanted from their school district, and now the superintendent wants to hear more of their ideas.
Superintendent Richard Arkanoff wants at least 100 Center Grove parents, business owners, residents and taxpayers to attend two hourlong meetings this school year. At the meetings, the groups will share their opinions about everything from construction projects Center Grove should consider to changes school officials can make in kindergarten through 12th-grade courses to the food served in the cafeteria.
“I want to go into this with a completely open agenda,” Arkanoff said. “Tell me what you’re thinking, and what you want.”