Dade County Schools Invites Community Input on FY25 District Improvement Plan


Dade County Schools is actively seeking community input for its Fiscal Year 2025 District Improvement Plan. Residents are encouraged to participate in the upcoming feedback meetings scheduled for Friday, May 3, 2024, at 1 pm in the auditorium of Dade County High School, and on Monday, May 6, 2024, at 5 pm at the Dade County Central Office.

The purpose of these meetings is to gather feedback and insights from stakeholders regarding the district’s Comprehensive Needs Assessment. This assessment, available for review on the district’s website, outlines the current challenges, strengths, and areas for improvement within Dade County Schools.

Community engagement is a crucial component of the planning process, ensuring that the District Improvement Plan effectively addresses the needs of students, educators, families, and the wider community. By attending these meetings, residents can contribute valuable perspectives and ideas that will inform the development of strategies and initiatives for the upcoming fiscal year.

The District Improvement Plan plays a vital role in guiding the district’s priorities and resource allocation, with a focus on enhancing educational outcomes and opportunities for all students. As such, Dade County Schools encourages all interested community members to participate in these feedback sessions and share their thoughts on how best to support student success and school improvement efforts.

For those unable to attend the meetings in person, the Comprehensive Needs Assessment is available for review on the district website at the following link: