Deadline approaching to weigh in on direction of Hamilton County schools
HAMILTON COUNTY, Tenn. —
You only have a few hours left to help Hamilton County Schools look at ways to improve.
A group of business leaders, parents and educators developed a short communtity survey.
They want to gather opinions of people in the community about the school system and develop plans to provide the best possible schools for your kids.
It's part of Superintendent Dr. Bryan Johnson's transition team, which he formed in the fall
The survey closes at 5 p.m. on January 4th.
Here's the full letter about the survey from Hamilton County Schools:
The community Transition Team put together to research how to move Hamilton County Schools forward to become the fastest improving school system in Tennessee needs your help to complete their work. The group of business leaders, parents, and educators have developed a short community survey to provide them with the thoughts and opinions of Hamilton County and Chattanooga citizens regarding the schools that serve the community. Hamilton County Department of Education Superintendent, Dr. Bryan Johnson, commissioned the team this fall. Information provided by parents, students, teachers, principals, central office staff, and the community will be vital in providing opportunities essential for the successful future of Hamilton County's children.
The survey is very short and will only take a few minutes to complete. Please click on the survey link above now to let them know what you think. Your responses will help the group to develop plans to provide the best possible schools for our children.
There is also a Spanish version of the survey available to help all community members participate. System personnel working in the Latino community have also produced a letter for parents to encourage involvement in the process by all communities in Hamilton County.