The La Crescent-Hokah School District is seeking public input on what the school district could improve on.
The Stakeholder Feedback Survey for 2017-18 can be found under the home page banner at the district's website or by clicking here, and will be open for the public to take until it closes at a quarter to midnight on Jan. 19.
The survey contains 30 multiple-choice questions to evaluate the district's performance, with the first question identifying whether the individual is a student, parent or community member. With answers ranging from strongly agree to strongly disagree, the collected responses are meant to be used as a guide for the district to improve their services and offerings for students, according to district superintendent Kevin Cardille.
General topics contained in the questionnaire refer to the district's learning standards, resources, program offerings, accessibility, staff and policies. Some questions are more specific, like how to solve the lack of space in the elementary building, the need to update the high school science labs, and if the general public knows where to find the district's strategic plan.
Superintendent Kevin Cardille said that when the survey went live on the morning of Jan. 9, by the afternoon almost 100 surveys had been completed.
"We're just looking for some feedback," he said. "So that all of our different committees that meet to improve our schools have some assessment and perspective from our community members."