Danvers Public Schools Want Your Input

A new survey asks community members questions about the district’s strategic plan. School officials plan to use the survey results to help guide them in decision-making.

Superintendent Dr. Lisa Dana. Photo credit: Patch file photo.
Superintendent Dr. Lisa Dana. Photo credit: Patch file photo.

The Danvers Public Schools are asking for your input in helping them make “critical improvements” to the school district.

The schools launched the Perspectives on the District Survey on Tuesday.

In introducing the survey, Superintendent Dr. Lisa Dana said, “Preparing every student for success in college and career requires forming enduring partnerships with all of our stakeholders… This survey allows us to measure your perceptions on the district’s strategic plan and to use the results in making important decisions, as well as communicate successes.”

The survey was designed and administered by K12 Insight, an independent technology and communications firm. It asks questions about the schools’ mission statement, vision statement and core values.

After the survey closes on May 27, the schools will share the results and explain how the schools will use the data “to make critical improvements to our district programs and services.”

You can take the survey here.


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