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SCC Strategic Plan January 2019 – December 2023

SCC initiated strategic planning in the fall of 2017 by forming a Board/ Staff Strategic Planning Committee that led the process. Consultants Laurie Gould and Diane Gordon conducted research and gathered stakeholder feedback from nearly 80 people. The Board and Staff met in a day-long retreat in January to begin to set a vision for the future and identify priorities. Task Forces were formed early in 2018 to develop the details of the plan’s content areas. A second retreat was held in early September to review the plan and finalize the mission, vision, and values for SCC. The Plan was approved by the Board on (9/25/18). See the Appendix for details of the process.The plan will be implemented over a five year period: January 2019 –December 2023.

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