Dear Community Members:
To say that these past two months have been trying times for our community would be an understatement. As I witnessed the destruction, damage and heartache in the days following the flooding, I was continually impressed with the countless examples of neighbors helping neighbors and the attitude of perseverance that radiated throughout our community. It affirmed my belief that there is something truly special about the Wisconsin Heights School District.
We remain committed to supporting those impacted by the floods and know that our schools provide a place of structure and normalcy for our children that is important in times like this. The relationships our staff have developed with their students is more important than ever, and renews our commitment to our mission, “Every Child… Every Class…Every Day.”
We also know that the important work in our classrooms and planning for the future must go on. This includes continuing to think critically about our future facility needs as well as renewing our operating referendum that will end next year. In order to maintain the quality of education our community has come to expect, voters will need to approve another operational referendum.
Ultimately our future plans must reflect the priorities of our community. Collecting this feedback is a critical part of the process; therefore, we are asking that you take a few minutes to share your thoughts with us by completing this survey.
To collect this feedback, we are working with School Perceptions LLC, an independent firm with expertise in conducting community surveys. All survey data is returned to School Perceptions and will remain confidential.
Survey results will be reported at the November 12 Board of Education meeting and will also be available on the District website.
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.
Wisconsin Heights School District Administrator