Sedro-Woolley Families, Community and Staff Asked to Take Facilities Funding Priorities Survey

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Sedro-Woolley, WA – The Sedro-Woolley School District (SWSD) is seeking feedback from staff, families, and community members on funding priorities specifically related to school facilities, maintenance and repair.

According to a press release, the school district failed to pass a bond measure in February 2018 and must now determine how to
move forward and address the facilities, maintenance and repair needs of district schools. The district wants to ensure that staff, families and the community have the opportunity to give their input on how to approach this challenge.

Both the English-language and Spanish-language survey can be found here
https://tinyurl.com/SWSDSurvey2018

“For students to achieve success, every school building in our district should be a great
environment for students to learn in,” said Superintendent Phil Brockman. “We want the entire
community to be proud of our schools and to be involved in making big decisions about our
school buildings.”

The online survey provides participants an opportunity to give their opinions on future school
development. It takes about six minutes to complete and will close on June 18. All responses will
be confidential.

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