Students may be taking a brief break from school right now, but the Logan City School District is actively seeking input on how to make their school experience better. The district recently sent out a survey asking for student and parent feedback on their experiences in the district and how to make those experiences better. Superintendent Frank Schofield says it’s a short but important survey to help the district improve a few key areas.
“We’ll be asking questions about Parent-Teacher conferences,” Schofield explains, “how do we provide a better experience for our patrons and what feedback would they like to share with us.”
The short, online survey also asks if students feel safe in the district, how important coordinated schedules are (when school is out for teacher work days, for example) and asks for how people generally feel about their experience with the district.
“We’re excited to receive that feedback from patrons, and find out what things we are doing as a district that patrons feel positively about,” Schofield continues, “and are providing students and parents with a positive experience. And, what feedback they have on what we can do better, so we can look at that and identify how to provide the best possible experience for our community as we can.”
Schofield says the survey can be filled out by parents, by students, and by people in the community who interact with the district in any variety of ways. He says participation in the survey is important so the district understands what needs may exist.