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District 833 Seeks Feedback from Residents on Services

Meetings will be held later this month, and an online survey will go live on the district’s website Jan. 15.

South Washington County Schools will hold a series of upcoming meetings—and post a survey on its website—as it looks for feedback on services amid budget constraints.

“The Service Level Process being developed, and soon to be presented, is intended to support improved alignment of what we do and what we provide for students to the financial resources over time,” reads a release from the district. “All District 833 parents and residents are invited and encouraged to attend the upcoming conversations regarding the alignment of services to the budget.”

The meetings with residents will outline district services and how South Washington County Schools plans to “better align our financial resources,” the release says.

Following a presentation, there will be opportunities for community and staff input on the proposals.

The community sessions, which will run from 6:30-8 p.m., will be held:

  • Tuesday, Jan. 15, at Oltman Middle School
  • Tuesday, Jan. 22, Woodbury Middle School
  • Wednesday, Jan. 23, Cottage Grove Middle School
  • Monday, Jan. 28, Lake Middle School

There is a PowerPoint presentation describing the Service Level Process on the district’s website.


Beginning Jan. 15, an online survey regarding the proposed service levels will be available on the district’s website. The survey will remain active through Tuesday, Jan. 29.


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