In his first formal meeting with the Gloucester County School Board, new school division superintendent Walter R. “Rick” Clemons announced his proposed “plan of entry,” an agenda for his first 90 days on the job. Clemons attended his first meeting with the board Tuesday at the T.C. Walker Education Center.
Clemons said much of his first three months will be spent listening and seeking input from a variety of sources to hear the concerns, challenges and visions for the future from a multitude of Gloucester Public Schools stakeholders. “I’ll be on an active listening tour and watching tour,” he said, and report his findings in November.
Clemons said he would establish opportunities for church members, civic organizations, community leaders, county supervisors, residents and others to have input to help him understand the needs of county schools and the community at large.
Clemons plans to meet with supervisors and the county administrator, var...
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