School seeks public input

ALBERT LEA, Minn. – A local school district is reaching out to the public for feedback on how they’re doing.

Phone surveys have been going out all week about Albert Lea schools.

Folks are asked questions about how the district interacts, as well as how well the high school prepares students. There are also survey questions about the proposed school calendar.

“We’ve had a number of community forums on this issue and how they want to hear what the rest of the community says about it. And they’ll take this info and digest it and then they’ll make a decision down the road whether or not they’ll continue,” explains Superintendent Mike Funk.

The Minneapolis firm handling the phone survey will take 8 to 10 days to get the information processed.

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