A random sample of 300 Hamilton School District residents will be called in June as part of a community survey. The survey is a follow-up to ones conducted previously in the district. The district conducts the survey to:
- learn the expectations and priorities the community has for its schools;
- understand community sentiment on critical school issues;
- verify perceptions of satisfaction with the district’s overall performance; and
- evaluate and plan communication.
School officials are asking community members for their cooperation if they are contacted.
“It’s important to learn the perceptions of all members in our community – including those who do and do not have children enrolled in our schools,” Public Information Coordinator Denise Dorn Lindberg said. “When contacted by one of the callers, we encourage residents to participate in the survey.”