Royse City ISD is asking for community feedback for its district priorities, open lines of communication, and determine how it will remain accountable to the community.
The Community Priorities Survey asks students, parents, staff members, and community members for feedback on a variety of topics, including opportunities for students, teaching and learning, facilities and operations, culture and climate, and the profile of a graduate.
The survey is offered in English and Spanish. Email invitations and links were sent to stakeholders. The survey can also be accessed via a public link on the district website, school websites, or social media pages. The survey is open through March for parents and community members.
All responses are strictly confidential. The district has partnered with independent research and communications firm K12 Insight to administer the survey and compile the results. No one from the district will know who participated or how they responded. Final reports will only include overall results.
“I cannot overstate the value of this candid feedback,” said Kevin Worthy, superintendent of Royse City ISD. “By listening to everyone, I know we’ll ensure Royse City ISD reflects the wants and needs of our community.”