Redmond School District’s SSA Investment Plan Survey has closed!
Thank you for your participation and feedback!
In May, 2019, Oregon’s governor signed into law the Student Success Act, a historic commitment to education, projected to generate approximately $1 billion in additional funds each year to support student learning across the state. 

Before this law was created, a large team of Oregon legislators spent many months visiting school districts all across the state and listening to thousands of people involved with schools. From this, they established four areas where school districts may invest Student Success Act funds:

– Expanding students’ access to well-rounded learning experiences;
– Addressing students’ health and safety needs;
– Reducing class size;
– Increasing instructional time.

We need your help! Redmond School District completed an initial round of surveys and listening sessions that included stakeholders – staff, students, families, and community members. Over the last month we have collected information about what’s working well, and what needs improvement in regards to student academic success and social emotional well being in Redmond. We collected and analyzed the feedback and used the information to generate our final survey, which will help inform priorities for the development of the Student Success Act investment plan. 

Thank you for sharing your voice to help strengthen our schools in Redmond.

For more information about Oregon’s Student Success Act, please view this flyer.