RICE LAKE, WI — Residents of the Rice Lake Area School District are invited to participate in a community survey to provide their thoughts and feedback on how the district can better communicate with the public.
The survey, which will be open through Friday, April 1, asks a series of questions about residents’ perspectives on the district, where they get district-related news and information and the ways in which the district can improve when it comes to communication.
“As part of our continuous improvement efforts, we are examining what is going well in terms of our communication and community engagement, as well as where we can improve,” said Randy Drost, Superintendent. “We invite our community members to take our survey and provide their input and feedback as we engage in this important process. The data and information we collect through this survey will be incredibly helpful as we create a comprehensive communication plan for our district.”
All RLASD residents are invited to participate in the survey. Individual responses will remain confidential and the estimated time required to complete the survey is about 6-8 minutes.
The survey is being administered and the data is being collected by an independent third party, the Donovan Group.
To take the survey online, visit http://www.RLASDSurvey.org.