Students, parents and community members respond to survey
7,000 students, parents and community members responded to Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) survey regarding the district’s student assignment plan. This community-wide survey asked a series of questions about school choice, diversity and priorities for parents and students.
JCPS conducts a review of the student assignment plan every five to seven years, making changes to the plan as necessary to meet the needs of the community and prepare students for success.
The Student Assignment Advisory Committee will review the results of the survey, along with several other factors, and develop guiding principles for the plan moving forward. The committee is comprised of parent representatives, community representatives, teacher representatives, principals, and district administrators.
A recommendation for any potential changes will go to the Jefferson County Board of Education in the coming months.
See the full survey results.