Survey to give feedback on school districts’ communication efforts

Communication is essential to having an informed population in Homewood and Flossmoor. That’s why schools are asking you to take a survey assessing how well they communicate.

Whether you’re a grandparent who put your children through school or a current school parent or guardian, a teacher or a homeowner, getting messages to you about our schools can be critical to their success and the well-being of the school community.

Residents in Homewood and Flossmoor are being asked to take a short survey by Monday, March 25, to help Homewood District 153, Flossmoor District 161 and Homewood-Flossmoor High School District 233 determine best ways to reach their constituents.

All responses are anonymous. The survey asks for feedback on district communications, including providing positive and negative feedback on email, automated calls, text messages, social media, website, mobile app, local news media. 


The survey covers communications on a variety of topics, everything from student achievements to school closings.

If you’re not regularly in contact with the schools, the administrators still hope you’ll take the time to give a “never” answer where appropriate. Those answers can help staff develop ways to reach all populations.

The School Communication Performance Evaluation survey results will be tallied by the National School Public Relations Association providing feedback on positive efforts and areas that need improvement.

To take the survey, click here.

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