Joylynn Wilson, superintendent of the School District of University City, believes the actions of the district demonstrate that they are listening carefully.
points to the extended time given for group discussion as an example of the district responding to feedback from attendees.
The board will hear the plan presented on Dec. 4 and will vote on the plan Dec. 16, and Wilson
said both meetings will allow time for residents to voice their opinions.
"[Community members] always have the opportunity to disagree," Wilson