Over the next five years, the District 233 school board will be working from a set of six goals geared to continuously improve Homewood-Flossmoor High School’s educational offerings, finances and community relations. The goals were accepted at the Jan. 15 school board meeting when the new strategic plan was accepted. Robert Madonia of RJM Consulting Services was hired in June 2018 to lead the district through the process. Madonia said the strategic plan is meant to change during the five-year period, 2019 to 2024, because goals will be achieved and new ones will be . . .