By Tessa Spencer
CHARLESTON, S.C.(WCIV)- Parents and community members have one final chance to come together to put their two-cents in on the Charleston County School District's vision for their students.
The League of Women Voters has sponsored a series of public meetings designed to garner feedback that will be used to shape the district's achievement plan also known as "Charleston Achieving Excellence: Vision 2016."
Superintendent Dr. Nancy McGinley says that these public meetings are about "where the community wants the schools to be five years from now" and "how we are going to build in that direction and what would it take."
The last of the public meetings will be held simultaneously tonight at Burke and West Ashley High Schools starting at 6pm.
If you are not able to attend you can visit the school district's website for more information on how you can add your input.
A five-year strategic plan will be presented to the school board at the end of March or April.