‘Share Your Thoughts’ on Valley schools through online conversation

The Snoqualmie Valley School District is launching a new virtual community engagement process called Thoughtstream.  Parents, students, staff and community members are encouraged to join the conversation and ‘Share Your Thoughts’ regarding the schools and district.  Users can click on a link, and will be asked for feedback on what the schools are doing well, how they can improve, and what might be missing.

This first “Thoughts” step in this process is open for input from April 29 through May 12.  Parents and staff will receive an e-mail invitation from schools this week.  Anyone else who wants to participate (students, community members, local businesses, etc.) is invited to do so via the Snoqualmie Valley School District website,  Click the ‘Share Your Thoughts’ link to register.  Enter your e-mail address and select a specific school or the district community, then answer the four open-ended questions.

A few weeks later, participants can review the comments that were submitted and prioritize those that are most important.  Results will be sorted into major themes that reflect perceptions and priorities.

“By supporting this new process that promotes two-way communication on important topics, we hope to gain valuable insight that will help inform our annual school improvement planning and the upcoming renewal process of the district’s strategic plan,” said Superintendent Joel Aune. “Join us in our commitment to continuous improvement, and share your thoughts and suggestions regarding educational opportunities for all Snoqualmie Valley children.”

To participate, go to the district website at and click ‘Share Your Thoughts.’ The survey will close at 11 p.m. on Monday, May 12.


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