Passaic Valley Regional High School Plans Community Forum


LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Community forums are a new initiative in which the Passaic Valley Regional High School Board of Education will be seeking community input on a variety of issues that affect the facility.

The board is planning its first Community Forum on Wednesday, July 18 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss its strategic planning process and gather information from the community. All are welcome.

"Our goal is to hear from you," PVBOE member Sam Yodice posted on social media. "We need to know what you think about PVHS - the good, the bad, the facility, the curriculum, the activities - all things PV.

"This is one forum, as we begin a series of outreach forums to better understand the opinions and needs of our sending districts," he said. "If you have a current PVHS student, if you chose to send your high-schooler to another school or are thinking about sending your child elsewhere ... we want to know why PV didn't meet your expectations. Through these forums, we believe our community is a vital piece to helping us improve our school and ultimately your property tax dollars ... what suggestions you might have for us as your community high school."



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