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Quality council event is Tuesday

The Rochester Area Quality Council is holding a program Tuesday titled "Byron Public Schools'  Journey to Excellence."

Superintendent Wendy Shannon and Business Manager Jennifer Walsh will speak.

The Byron School District administered the Baldrige Express survey in February. Twenty-five administrators, teachers and support staff members took the survey. Results will be shared along with the process used to prioritize the top three opportunities for improvement and work groups.

Registration is at 7:30 a.m., along with breakfast and networking, and the program will be from 7:45 a.m. to 9 a.m. at Rochester Community & Technical College University Center, Coffman Building, 206/208.

The event is free to members, $15 for partners and $30 for non-members. Space is limited. To register, contact jennifer.burmeister@councilforquality.org.

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The next local event is a Lean Six Sigma Forum on Aug. 9, focusing on what drives improvement and performance excellence at Mayo Clinic.

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