Survey gives voice to concerned South Putnam community
Concerned South Putnam School Corporation parents and community members have created a survey in which they are looking for input from staff, parents, students and residents.
Although, the survey is not administered by the school corporation they are hoping for a better understanding of how the community feels about the job the school corporation is doing.
"It's a grassroots effort," said former South Putnam teacher and concerned resident Kim Fidler. "Many times staff members, parents, students and community members are too intimidated to come forward with their concerns."
Questions include things such as "Do you feel the current high school administration as a whole represents the value of the South Putnam Community?" as well as "Are you happy with the direction our school is headed?"
The survey can be taken at www.surveymonkey.com/s/SouthPutnam.
Answers to the survey will be presented to the board after they are collected.