The Cleveland Heights-University Heights City Schools Lay Facilities Committee is seeking community members' input on the restructuring in the works for its schools.
Committee members have underscored the importance of community support for whatever restructuring it recommends to the Board of Education this spring. The Board plans to ask voters to approve a bond issue in November to fund the facilities master plan.
Surveys - which can be found here - must be completed by March 2, 2013.
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Anyone who lives, works or owns a business in the district is asked to complete the survey, which asks stakeholders about the importance of having schools within walking distance, having extra-curricular activities at every school and school size.
It also asks respondents about the scenarios the committee is considering for recommendation to the Board of Education: consolidating to four or five elementary schools and one or two middle schools.
The survey should take about 15 minutes. Click here to take it.