ozens of parents and community members provided feedback on District 233’s five-year strategic plan Oct. 2 during back-to-back stakeholder meetings at Homewood-Flossmoor High School. Robert Madonia of RJM Consulting Services fielded questions and comments on the H-F school board’s six chosen focus areas: academic achievement and learning; student supports beyond the classroom; staff recruitment, development and retention; finance; building and grounds; and public relations and communications. The board hired Madonia in June to help develop a strategic plan with an $11,900 contract. Madonia said feedback from the meetings and . . .