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Many of the issues of the public were geared toward the needs of a growing district being faced with small classroom sizes, security con- cems, and a desire for increased communication. The conversation ,a turned to big dreams of a music au- ditorium, art and theater programs, additional gyms, a talented and gifted program and more. Chiodo directed the conversation to find out what the priorities of the community would be. He found that recruiting and retaining quality staff was at the top of the list, followed by addressing gym space, classroom size, and lunchroom flow; adding natural light; tackling security issues, creating a clear entry, and improv- ing elementary pick up and drop ofl and discussing improved commu- nication with parents and staff and adding more support staff to the school. Chiodo said that they have been through this process with schools in Park Rapids, Minn,, Warren, Minn., and currently are working with Minto, N.D., as well. He said that they go through this process with four groups asking questions to students, staff, com- munity members, and administration and school board members. They take this information, along with a demographic analysis and a comparison of classroom facility standards to be able to present a clear assessment of the facility needs. They explained that all of this is so that they can bring a report back to the school board and give them as much information as possible. "The other piece is financially," Bergeron said. "How do we make these improvements?" His job is to work with the board on the financial aspect of assessing some of these priorities. Chiodo said that the end result is finding a way to align the needs of the district and put it into a long-term goal. for better: visibility, wide-angle, mirrors  which can minimize blind spots, back-up cameras, active par- allel park ",'assistance, and blind- spot warning systems that alert you to objects in the way. 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