The Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools is interested in gaining feedback from the community to gauge perceptions on their educational programs and other issues, including options for improvements to the elementary schools. There is a facilities survey that can be accessed on the homepage of the district website that residents are encouraged to complete. The data collected from this online research study will assist in making decisions for the future of the schools. Residents are asked to complete this ten-minute survey, that includes a variety of long-term options for our district, by May 28, 2014.
“This survey is vital to our town, our schools, our future,” said Superintendent Robert Hunt. “We continue to engage our constituents in an ongoing conversation about the facility needs within our district. The district master plan has supported our work as we have prioritized permanent improvement expenditures for the next fiscal year. A crucial next step is understanding the desires of our community moving forward. This survey will provide valuable insight for the administration and Board of Education in making decisions moving forward. We ask for your support in not only completing the survey, but encouraging others to do so as well.”
Results of this survey will be shared with the community this summer.
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