Columbus City School District Looking for Community Input
The Columbus City Schools Board of Education has put together an Ad Hoc Committee to advise them and lead discussions on how the community envisions the school system’s future, looking ten, fifteen, and twenty years out. The Facilities Master Plan Ad Hoc Committee has met several times over the past couple of months to discuss the buildings, programs, attendance boundaries, and more that impacts Columbus City Schools.
Please take a few minutes of your time to share your thoughts with the district. A survey has been put together to gather community input. This survey is for anyone that would like to see our schools succeed and be a foundation of success for all children who attend a Columbus City School.
You can find the survey in English here.
The survey will be live until Monday March 14th at 8:00 a.m.
If you prefer a paper copy, you can find those at all school locations and at the District’s Central Office (270 E. State St., Columbus OH), as well as at all Columbus public library locations. Printed questionnaires will also be available in English, Spanish, Somali, and Nepali languages. Printed surveys must be completed and turned in to the school location or the District’s Central Office no later than Friday March 11, 2016.
Note: Anne Evans is a member of the Facilities Master Plan Ad Hoc Committee.