Pasco County School District wants you to tell them how they can improve

School officials in Pasco County are offering an online suggestion box.

The school district launched an online survey asking anybody to submit ideas for how the county can improve. Parents, organizations, schools, or anyone else can send their ideas through ThoughtExchange, which went live on Monday. 

On the website, you choose a school and then the survey asks two questions:

What do you appreciate about our schools or district this year and what suggestions for improvement do you have?

What offerings/opportunities should Pasco students have access to in order to prepare them for future success?

The Pasco County School District will take the suggestions through April 13. To submit your ideas, head to the ThoughtExchange website here

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