Clay County District Schools is asking residents to fill out a survey for community input as school officials begin a strategic planning process that will shape and guide the future direction for the district.
The survey closes Wednesday, Nov. 30. Click here to be taken to the survey form.
The survey will help solicit initial feedback from the community on the school system as a whole as the school district prepares to craft its strategic plan for the next five years, Coordinator of Communications Terri Dennis said.
According to a OneClay Facebook post, the survey will assist in providing the community’s thoughts on public education in our county, and all survey responses will remain anonymous.
“We want to continue to provide a high-quality education to the students of Clay County and believe seeking input from all stakeholders will help us in reaching that goal,” she said.
After the initial survey, Superintendent David Broskie will present the data to the school board and community town hall sessions will begin in January.
After that, committees will be formed in the spring to craft the new strategic plan and the proposed plan will be workshopped with the school board before final approval prior to the next school year (2023-2024), Dennis said.
“One of the most important components to making this a successful effort is stakeholder input before the plan is developed,” she said. “This survey will assist in providing the community’s thoughts on public education in our county. All survey responses are anonymous.”
Click the following link to take the survey: https://forms.gle/LxFzgGua3AFuig217