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District 518 to host listening sessions

WORTHINGTON -- The Worthington School District will be holding a variety of small group listening sessions over a two-week time frame at the end of January.

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WORTHINGTON - The Worthington School District will be holding a variety of small group listening sessions over a two-week time frame at the end of January.

The meetings will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., and a light lunch will be provided to participants of the listening session. Lunch will be available promptly at 11:30 a.m., with the meeting starting at 11:45 with a brief introduction and general information about the listening session. The remainder of the time will be utilized to present questions in which participants will provide input for the district related to enrollment growth.

These input sessions will be limited to the first 30 participants. To register for a meeting, contact Lisa Ahrenstroff in the District 518 Office at 372-2172 t.

The dates for the meetings are as follows. All meetings will be in the large classroom at the BioTechnology Advancement Center (BAC), located at 1527 Prairie Drive, Worthington.

Jan. 20: District 518 government agency employees/elected officials

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Jan. 23: Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce members

Jan. 26: Active farmers in District 518

Jan. 27: District 518 community organization members

Jan. 30:Residents of Bigelow, Reading, Rushmore and Wilmont

Jan. 31: District 518 Retired Citizens

Depending on the amount of interest, additional sessions may be scheduled.

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