Longview Public Schools cares about what’s important to you. We want to know what you think about our schools and how they can be improved. So, we conducted a third-party phone survey to ask you. Here’s what you said.

70% of those surveyed favor a bond measure to fund these priorities.

Before putting a bond measure on the ballot, we’ll be asking for your input one more time with a Thoughtexchange survey on possible projects. The survey will open March 19 and links will be sent out in the days before inviting you to participate.

Thanks for all your help in making our students ready to learn, ready to work, and ready for life.

You’re concerned about:

  • Giving students a quality education
  • School safety & security
  • Overcrowded classrooms
  • Building infrastructure & maintenance

Top 4 priorities:

0%
feel updating vocational and technical classrooms will better prepare students for work after high school
0%
want funds to address facility needs like leaky roofs and updating electrical and plumbing systems
0%
want improved security systems to create safer schools
0%
think replacing inefficient heating and cooling systems is very important

Source: CFM survey conducted February 2019.