The Douglas County School district is hosting a series of community meetings as it prepares to launch a districtwide survey of students, teachers and community members.
The survey program was …
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The survey program was approved by the board of education in July. A committee made up of DCSD employees and School board President Meghann Silverthorn chose Denver-based research firm Corona Insights from seven survey companies.
The goal of the meetings is to "understand the opinions, priorities, and perceptions of constituency groups regarding public education in Douglas County and to use this data to inform and develop future priorities and direction," according to Corona Insights.
Those who cannot attend the meetings are able to provide input and comments online at dcsdk12.org/district/community-survey by clicking the "Let's Talk" tab.
Employee Town Hall: (Open to DCSD employees only)
Wednesday, Aug. 24 6:30 p.m., Douglas County High School
Wednesday, Aug. 31 6 p.m., Legend High School
Community Town Hall:
Thursday, Aug. 25 6:30 p.m., Castle View High School
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