* 1. The Marlington Local School District offers a(n):

* 2. How well do the Marlington Local Schools communicate with residents?

* 3. In a few words of your own, please provide your recommendations on how the Marlington Local Schools can effectively connect with senior citizens?

* 4. How would you like to receive district communication? Please select all that apply.

* 5. Marlington Middle School went 1-to-1 by placing an iPad in the hands of every student. Additionally, the high school is fully 1-to-1 with each student having his or her own MacBook Air to use in class and at home. Please rate how well the Marlington Local Schools use 1-to-1 technology to effectively educate its students:

* 6. How prepared are graduates of the Marlington Local School District for college and career readiness?

* 7. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math. At Marlington, we promote STEM education at all grade levels. How important do believe these subjects are for students?

* 8. At Marlington, we offer several career technical education (CTE) courses for students to learn hands-on, real-world skills in potential career fields. How important do believe CTE is for students?

* 9. Do you believe the curriculum and educational initiatives can be achieved utilizing the present facilities:

* 10. In a few words of your own, please explain why you chose your answer for whether or not you believe the curriculum and educational initiatives can be achieved utilizing the present facilities. Please provide specific examples.

* 11. How would you describe the management of finances for the Marlington Local Schools?

* 12. What resource do you use when seeking financial information regarding the Marlington Local Schools?

* 13. In a few words of your own, please explain how you would like to receive information regarding school district finances.

* 14. How would you rate the physical condition of Marlington High School?

* 15. How would you rate the physical condition of Marlington Middle School?

* 16. How would you rate the physical condition of the Marlington’s elementary buildings?

* 17. Should the Marlington Local School District construct any new buildings or should they repair/renovate existing facilities?

* 18. In a few words of your own, please explain why you chose either construct new buildings or repair/renovate existing facilities.

* 19. The Board of Education has committed to additional improvements to the middle school building. What next would you like to see the Board of Education focus on as it relates to the high school and elementary school buildings? Select your highest priority.

* 20. Based on your answer to question 17 above, to fund the solution to the high school or elementary school buildings, the Board of Education is considering either a property tax or an earned income tax to fund the local share of the project. An earned income tax only taxes earned income and excludes retirement income and investment income. Which would you be most supportive of? Select one.

* 21. How safe do you believe the Marlington Local Schools are?

* 22. In a few words of your own, please explain what additional safety measures you think we should implement. Please provide specific examples.

* 23. Into which age bracket do you belong?

* 24. Are you the parent of a current or former Marlington Local Schools student?

* 25. If you have or had a child in the Marlington Local Schools, what grade level(s) is your child in?

* 26. Are you a homeowner?

* 27. Which township do you live in?

* 28. Are you male or female?

* 29. The information provided will assist us in the development of our new five-year strategic plan. Please list additional thoughts or comments on where you would like to see the Marlington Local School District in five years.

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