Lindbergh Schools invites all community members to participate in an online survey beginning Monday, Nov. 11.
This 10-minute survey focuses on the district’s communications efforts and will identify what is working well - and where the school district might be able to improve - in its efforts to communicate with families, staff, students and the community.
The survey was designed by ExcellenceK12, a Kansas City-based market research organization that has worked with many school districts across the Midwest on similar research. All responses go directly to them. The district will receive a summary report but will not see individual responses.
"My department’s primary goal is to engage our community to cultivate support, understanding, trust and confidence through open, honest communication," said Beth Johnston, Chief Communications Officer. "It is important for us to hear from our community and learn how we can continue to improve our communications efforts in Lindbergh Schools. Thank you for taking a few minutes to let us know what you think."
The survey will close Monday, Nov. 25.
Separate surveys will also be distributed to district families, staff and high school students.