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ThoughtExchange facilities input

ThoughtExchange engagement seeks parent input on facilities needs

JOIN THE CONVERSATION - Share your input on facilities needs beginning Feb. 13

Walla Walla Public Schools is conducting an engagement activity with ThoughtExchange this winter to learn more about facility needs in support of developing a long-range Facilities Improvement plan. The ThoughtExchange process is driven by the thoughts and opinions of the community to help shape the direction and priorities of the district over the next three years.

How it works...

Parents, students and community members will receive an email (for each school their children attend) from ThoughtExchange announcing the opportunity to “Join the Conversation” via this confidential online learning process beginning Feb. 13 to Feb. 26. Staff are directly sharing their input with Superintendent Smith. ThoughtExchange results will be shared with the public in May.

ThoughtExchange Process:

  • It is a three-step process. Stakeholders begin by sharing their thoughts online. Then each participant has the opportunity to review and star the thoughts of other ThoughtExchange contributors. The benefit of the process is discovering what the community values.
  • The process is confidential. The names and email addresses of participants will never be publicly associated with a thought or response. However, participants will see each other’s thoughts.
  • If the school district has your email address (parents, staff, Enews recipients), you will receive a customized invitation. If you don’t receive an invitation, you can visit the Walla Walla Public Schools home page atwww.wwps.org to self-register.

Results of the process will be shared with the public in May. For more information about ThoughtExchange or to learn more about how you can “Join the Conversation”, contact Mark Higgins at mhiggins@wwps.org or (509) 526-6716.

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