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Youngstown City School District seeks community feedback

“The input will be used to help shape the future of the district as we work to improve academics as well as school climate and culture for our scholars,” Justin Jennings, district chief executive officer, said.
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YOUNGSTOWN — Beginning today (Jan. 14), a link to Community Priorities will be posted on the Youngstown City School District website seeking community input. The district is asking parents/guardians, staff and members of the community to complete the survey, which will conclude Jan. 28.

“We’re hoping to hear from many people — parents and family members of our scholars, staff members and members of the community at large,” Justin Jennings, district chief executive officer, said in a news release. “The input will be used to help shape the future of the district as we work to improve academics as well as school climate and culture for our scholars.”

The district has identified four focus areas to target as leaders mold the district’s future: teaching and learning; opportunities for students; climate and culture; and growth and management.

The survey, available in English and Spanish, will take about 10 minutes to complete, and responses are confidential. Links to the survey also will be posted to district social media pages.