Highline Public Schools seeks feedback, invites public input on website

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Highline Public Schools is opening an online conversation where residents can share feedback about its schools.

“You are invited to share what is important to you and ideas for making our schools better,” the district said. “See what others are saying, too, and find out what is important to our community as a whole.”

ThoughtExchange is an online process where residents can share comments and ideas, read comments and ideas from others, and “like” the comments you agree with. Top-rated themes and comments will be shared with the community.

“We want to get your feedback and hear your ideas for our schools and students,” said Highline Superintendent Susan Enfield. “The thoughts our community members shared last year during this process helped shape our work and decisions in significant ways.”

For more information about the process, or to give feedback, please visit http://highlineschools.org/share.

The community is invited to participate in a three-step process:

  1. Share—answer open-ended questions about our schools—Jan. 9-18
  2. Star—review ideas from others and add 1-5 stars to the ideas you like best—Jan. 27-Feb. 5
  3. Discover—learn what is important to the community as a whole—Feb. 20

The process starts with an email invitation to everyone on our email mailing list. You may also register here: http://bit.ly/2jxed9W

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