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Representatives from Springsted Incorporated, a public finance and consulting firm based in St. Paul, will be contacting residents of District 206 the first two weeks of October to gather data on the public’s perception about the district’s educational program, financial management, needs for the future, and communication preferences. 

The survey consists of 37 questions and will be conducted by telephone. The survey will be administered to 400 randomly selected respondents living within the school district and representative of the population of the district in terms of age, ethnicity, geography and those with school-age children.

Springsted has previously conducted community surveys for the district. Results of the survey are scheduled to be presented at the November 19 school board meeting and will help provide the school board with valuable information to help guide future decisions.