BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District is conducting a District Climate Survey for all stakeholders involved in the education of the students.
According to the board’s policy, information gathered from the surveys will be used to establish goals that reflect the responsibility of stakeholder groups to achieve excellence in education. The Board of Education, the policy says, believes educational interests of the students are best served when there is cooperation among parents, teachers and school administration.
The survey will be launched around May 29 and run through June 7. The district is planning to send out an e-blast to the school community with information on how to access them.
Survey answers will be confidential, and there will be four different surveys, for parents, staff, high school students and middle school students. Results will be shared with the public shortly after the survey’s completion.
Participation in the survey is important to provide the Board of Education and administration with information as they plan for the future of the school district.
To sign up for the e-blast, visit www.brrsd.k12.nj.us.