November 18, 2013
Online District Survey Monkey Results:
As of November 17, 2013 the results of the district building project survey show that 164 community members have logged online to take the district’s survey regarding the facility planning survey. Thank you to the community for your continued support and great turn out in the amount of response to our request for information. The comment sections provided us with the information we needed to develop the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) posted on our district website. The results show that the community is in favor of construction of a new building at a different location.
Option Orange vs. Option Black Survey Results:
As of November 18th, the results of the community survey in regards to the two options presented by Garmann and Miller show that 62 people responded to the community survey. The option that the community prefers is building on a new site.
District Community Meeting Discussion and Results:
On November 14th, Garmann-Miller Architectural Firm held a community information session in conjunction with the Liberty Center Tradition of Pride Levy Committee regarding the upcoming building project. The turnout at this community meeting was successful and the two options for the bond issue were presented to the community. The question and answer session was very informative. The information provided by community input as to which option they prefer is very helpful in understanding where the community stands on the new building project. Below you will find the combined community input survey results and data compiled by Garmann and Miller Architectural Firm. A huge thank you to the community for their participation and input into the decision the board will make on the new building project.
The results of the survey were very positive. We truly appreciate the level of community involvement in such an important decision for the students of Liberty Center. As we continue to work through the building project, we will continue to seek out your valuable input and use the information to make decisions regarding a new facility for the community and our students. We will continue to post the latest information regarding the bond issue on the district website. If you have any questions or thoughts on the new facilities, please feel free to contact my office and I will be more than happy to discuss any of your concerns.
Kristi A. Thompson, Superintendent