No Rest for the WATG Board!
After finishing a successful conference, it might be easy to assume the WATG Board would take a little break to re-energize. However, WATG is going to build upon that success and start strategic planning.
Past presidents and current board members have begun the strategic planning process. In the near future you may even be hearing from us as we ask for your opinions. We will be contacting stakeholders to determine what they see as our strengths and areas for opportunity. The strategic planning group will compile all of this information, see how it fits with our mission and vision, and come up with a plan for the future.
Here’s how you can help. If you hear from me or one of our strategic planning committee members, and we ask for your thoughts, please share them with us. We promise it won’t take a lot of your time. Just some thought on where we’ve been and where we should be going.
Then…be watching for updates on our plan in 2023.
Roxane Hagedorn, Executive Director
WI Association for Talented and Gifted
WATG extends a huge thank you to Dr. German Diaz of Milwaukee Public Schools for translating this article into Spanish for our families and educators who speak Spanish. The translation can also be found on our website.