Some survey results will be used to help the district develop a new comprehensive plan. While results will help guide the district, Leib said they are not referendums.

Cattie said one survey will ask if people feel surveys are valuable enough that they should be done the following school year.

Leib assured board members the district will be involved in creating the surveys “every step of the way” and that they will be a school district product.

He told the board K-12 Insight has worked with 300 school districts since 2004.