Superintendent Romain Dallemand will unveil the Bibb County school system’s new strategic plan at the Macon Coliseum Feb. 10, starting at 1:30 p.m.
School district employees, state and community leaders and school system partners have been invited to the event, which is expected to last until 4 p.m, according to an e-mail Dallemand sent to employees Tuesday.
The strategic plan, already dubbed the “Macon Miracle” by school officials, is aimed at improving student performance through a major overhaul of the system. Thousands of school employees, parents and community leaders met at planning sessions in September and October at the coliseum to help shape the plan.
“I look forward to working with you as we commit ourselves to students and move our community forward through education,” Dallemand wrote.
Bibb County parents also received calls from the school system Tuesday night letting them know that students will be dismissed from school between 11 a.m. and noon Feb. 10.
In the e-mail, Dallemand said school leaders are grateful for input from employees, parents and community leaders through the process.
“As you listen to speakers and hear more about the strategic plan, I am hopeful you will begin to ‘embrace the mission’ of ensuring all students demonstrate strength of character and become college ready,” Dallemand wrote. “It is my goal -- and the goal of our District -- that we become nationally recognized for student achievement and education innovation.”