For immediate release: October 30, 2020
Pitman Public School District Seeks Input on Communication Effectiveness
Pitman, NJ – The Pitman Public School District is seeking the community’s input on the district’s communications. Beginning next week, the District will begin to seek feedback from district staff, parents of students, and community members on how they receive information and whether they consider the communication to be effective.
The communication surveys are conducted online in a secure portal and take approximately 10 minutes to complete. They can be accessed on the district's website. Questions revolve primarily around the district’s communication mechanisms, the effectiveness of communications in key areas of importance to each audience, and whether the communication is considered to be accurate, timely and trustworthy. Participants can access the surveys on desktop computers, laptops as well as most tablets and smartphones. The surveys are available in both English and Spanish and participation is completely anonymous.
The online portal will open on November 2nd and constituents will have until November 15th to participate. Because the reliability of the results increases with the percentage of people taking the surveys, participation is significant. “We strongly encourage everyone to take the time to give us this extremely important feedback,” urges Dr. Patrick McAleer, superintendent of Pitman Public School District.
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About Pitman Public School District
Located in Gloucester County, the Pitman Public School District serves approximately 1,250 students in Prekindergarten through 12th grade.
This press release is distributed by the Camden County Educational Services Commission on behalf of the Pitman Public School District.