Public Board of Education Looking for Comments.

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February 26th, 2019



Bureaucrats at almost every level want to know what the people they serve think – so they do surveys.

The Halton District School Board is inviting students, parents, staff and community members to participate in the online engagement survey: Have Your Say. Topics for feedback include learning opportunities, communication, involvement in schools, technology use, equitable and inclusive learning environments, and transportation.


Student comment gathered in a 2017-18 survey. Was there nothing negative gathered?

The surveys are open for all groups from Feb. 1 to March 29, 2019. The information gathered from the survey will help the Board continue to create a positive learning environment to help shape school improvement and well-being plans. The survey will be available at, or via the Board’s website at The survey is available in six additional languages: Arabic, French, Hindi, Mandarin, Punjabi, and Urdu.

The Have Your Say survey will provide the Board with feedback regarding the goals and targets in the Halton District School Board’s Multi-Year Plan (2016-2020).

The Board will share a summary of the information collected with all stakeholders in June 2019.  This data continues to support school and system improvement planning.

The Have Your Say survey is completely anonymous and the questionnaire will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Individual responses will be grouped together for analysis.

Stuart Miller

Stuart Miller, Director of Education

“As partners in education, your input is valued and appreciated,” says Stuart Miller, Director of Education for the Halton District School Board. ”The Board is committed to engaging our community and building relationships to continually improve the educational experience for all students. We recognize your involvement is critical to student success, which is why we’re inviting you to complete this online survey. With your feedback, we can help guide meaningful change to improve student learning, well-being and success.”

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