Crowdicity website home page with three questions.

We have a favor to ask! Today, we are launching an online conversation for all of our community members to share their ideas and comment on the ideas of others.

Here is the link to share your comments and read the comments of other community members! We hope that many students, parents/guardians, staff and community members will participate in this virtual discussion to share their own ideas about what is most important for our graduates. 

This feedback will help inform our strategic plan coalition as they identify what is important for the future graduates of District 117. By participating in this platform, you are able to post answers to the prompt questions (called "challenges"), rate the ideas of others, and engage with other participants. As this is a live conversation that will be open through March 19, you are encouraged to check back in often. You can even subscribe to the challenges to be alerted of additional comments or activity. A few things to note:

  • There are three different questions with which we hope you will engage. While you don't have to participate in all three, we would love your insights on all of them, if possible.

  • Please know that this online discussion is voluntary. While you will need to complete a brief registration process, including providing a valid email, other participants will not be able to see your email address.

  • Finally, note that you are strongly encouraged to rejoin the discussion multiple times during the engagement window to share new ideas and to rate and respond to the ideas of other participants.

Thank you in advance for your help as we seek to gather a wide array of perspectives from all members of the District 117 community. We all have a stake in our future graduates being well prepared for their lives after they leave our schools, and your participation now is important. The results of this online discussion will then be given to the committee when they meet for the first time on March 23.

  Once again - Here is the link to share your comments and read the comments of other community members! 

Thank You!

Jeff Feucht, Ed.D.