The Rapid City Area School District is seeking feedback from the public, reports KOTA News. The ten-minute survey seeks input on a variety of topics including safety and educational quality. Responses from the survey will help direct the district’s priorities and goals going forward.
The district has solicited feedback from 15,000 individuals, but less than 4,000 have responded, to date. Rapid City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lori Simon hopes to receive at least 5,000 survey responses and noted the importance of seeking community feedback in developing goals for Rapid City Schools.