The district wants the community’s input on the school day and school year.
They’ve drafted a survey asking for parents, students, staff and community members to weigh in on the length and placement of the school day and school year.
Beginning October 4, the survey will be emailed out and available on the district’s website.
“Depending on what our recommendation will be to the Board of Education there is the potential for changes to scheduling both when our school day starts and ends, on the time of day, but also on the school calendar. So we want to ensure that our community, those who are impacted by those changes, would have an opportunity to provide us their input and feedback, prior to making a recommendation,” said Superintendent of District 203, Dan Bridges.
Open until October 18, survey results will be used by administrators when drafting future schedules and calendars.
203 will share results from the survey and hold a discussion during their Novmeber Focus 203 Community Engagement Session.
Naperville News 17’s Evan Summers reports.
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