Salem superintendent: We need to improve communication
Superintendent Michael Delahanty said, however, the district needs to do a better job communicating with those who do not have students in the district.
The information garnered from those surveys is being used to help craft a public relations and communication plan for the school system.
“It’s evident that people with no children in the schools really don’t feel that they have a connection to the school district,” Delahanty said. “We have to address that and figure out how to communicate better.”
“The category with the most responses had to do with the disappointment in the high school as a facility and the dire need to address this facility,” said Delahanty. A $75 million high school renovation project is scheduled to go before voters in March.
“It’s an age-old problem,” she said. “It just reinforces the things we’ve talked about.”
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