WCPS Survey

WCPS Seeks Parent & Community Input
This is the image for the news article titled WCPS Seeks Parent & Community InputBeginning October 2, Wayne County Public Schools in partnership with Thought Exchange will seek parent, employee, and community input through a confidential online survey. The district will ask three open ended questions:
  • What would you like our schools or the district to improve upon?
  • What do you appreciate about our schools or the district?
  • There has been much discussion lately about WCPS student transfers, school boundary lines and access to magnet style schools. What are your thoughts or questions at this time?

Just click on Survey (English) or Survey (Spanish) to get started.

“This very short survey will allow the district administration and Board of Education to glean valuable insights about the perceptions and priorities of its various stakeholder groups,” states Michael Dunsmore, WCPS Superintendent. “It is our plan to use the results as part of our ongoing strategic plan efforts, as well as a part of our current discussions and planning efforts in the areas of student assignment and populating Wayne County Public Schools.”

The survey will be up for 10 days. During this period, participants will be able to share their thoughts, rate the thoughts of others, and see some preliminary results. Once the survey is taken down the Thought Exchange software and Analysis team will develop themes and graphics to help the district administration better understand the various thoughts, ideas, and results that have been collected. Once the results are available, they will be shared with the public through a custom website.

“Since my start in 2015, I have expressed a commitment to making Wayne County Public Schools a leader in our region, as well as across the state and nationally. As superintendent, I recognize that this cannot occur without the input and support of our parents, staff and citizens,” adds Dr. Dunsmore.

Just click on Survey (English) or Survey (Spanish) to get started.

“It is my hope that Wayne County takes advantage of this opportunity to weigh in on our schools and share their viewpoints through these three very important questions,” adds Dr. Dunsmore.

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