School district conducting public survey on facilities


A special advisory committee of the Siuslaw School District is asking for citizen input on several key issues

March 20, 2019 — A special advisory committee of the Siuslaw School District is asking for citizen input on several key issues regarding education in the district.

Residents of the Siuslaw School District are being asked to complete a short questionnaire online at https://bit.ly/SiuslawSurvey.

The Facilities Advisory Committee is seeking to learn how residents feel about educational opportunities in the area, what involvement they have with local educational organizations, and what improvements they suggest.

While the committee is specifically seeking input about Siuslaw schools (elementary, middle, high school and Lane Community College), respondents are being asked to also view local education in a broader context.

There are more than 75 local organizations that provide educational opportunities, and respondents are asked to consider all educational resources that are available when answering certain questions.

The committee is also asking respondents to answer a few questions about last November’s ballot measure that proposed funding for new school facilities.

Answers to those questions will help the Siuslaw School Board to better understand the perspectives of school district residents in order to engage in effective planning.

The Facilities Advisory Committee will be holding a series of meetings around the district in the coming weeks to gain further input from residents on their views about education in the area.

Dates and times of these meetings will be announced.

For more information, visit siuslaw.k12.or.us.


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