Noblesville Schools announced on Aug. 14 they are launching a community-wide survey to seek feedback on a variety of issues.
Through the survey results the district hopes to better understand how their current performance is perceived, and also to gain important insight into community expectations for the future.
Part of the survey will ask about the district’s current operating referendum, which covers the shortfall of state funding and draws to an end soon. The school board is considering a vote next year to continue the referendum.
The survey also seeks input on topics like district leadership, communications, learning culture, finances, facility management and more.
While the district has sought survey input from parents on specific topics, this is the first time in over five years that a comprehensive survey has been done across the Noblesville community.
“A lot has changed in our district and the Noblesville community since the last time we did a survey of this type,” said Supt. Beth Niedermeyer. “This feedback will provide us critical guidance for future strategic planning, communications and budgeting. I encourage all residents to make sure their voice is heard.”
The Noblesville community is invited to participate by going to www.nobsurvey.com.
The survey will be available until Aug. 30 and is expected to take less than 10 minutes to complete.