Bradley, IL – Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School (BBCHS) District 307 is set to launch a series of community engagement sessions, focusing on the development of a long-range facility improvement plan. The sessions, starting on January 31, are designed to gather community feedback and develop a collective vision for the school’s future.
According to the school district, the first session, titled “Discovery,” will be held on January 31 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in the BBCHS Auditorium. Superintendent Dr. Matt Vosberg will present the “State of the District,” addressing the current physical and functional conditions of BBCHS. Participants will have the opportunity to provide feedback and request additional information for review.
The second session, “Finance 101 & Starter Scenarios,” is scheduled for March 6. It will introduce school finances related to facility improvements and review starter scenarios developed by the district architect. Attendees can provide feedback and suggest alternative scenarios based on cost and feasibility.
The final session, “Compare the Plans,” will take place on April 3. It will focus on reviewing solutions based on community priorities, life cycle costs, functional performance, and cost-benefit analysis through QLEO (Quality Learning Environment Objectives). The top scenario(s) chosen will be considered for presentation to the Board of Education (BOE).
Community members interested in participating are encouraged to RSVP online and direct their questions to the provided contact information. The sessions represent a collaborative effort to shape the future of BBCHS and enhance its facilities through community input and engagement.