The Puyallup School District is asking community members to complete a survey to help educators determine interest in academic programs that could be offered as an alternative to the traditional comprehensive high school experience.
The survey asks participants to rate their interest in programs such as arts and creative technologies (such as fashion design and culinary studies), international studies, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and other categories.
Survey results will be compiled by a 17-member team that has been meeting since last spring. Results of the survey will be presented to the Puyallup School Board Dec. 1.
The survey is online on the district’s Web page at www.puyallup.k12.wa.us
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Printed copies are also available at each of the district’s 32 schools.
The deadline for completing the survey is Oct. 31.