Provide input on Rossland schools through new survey

The Neighbourhood of Learning Committee is hoping to get your input on Rossland schools in the form of a survey.

Important decisions are being made in our school district regarding school configurations. The Neighbourhood of Learning Committee needs to know what Rosslanders want.

It is critical that you make your views known so NOL knows what to fight for and what perspectives to present to the school district.

All views and ideas matter and we want to hear from a diverse range of people. If you have questions about the survey contact Jennifer Ellis at rosslandvss@gmail.com.

Rossland residents completing this survey will be eligible for a $50 draw prize. Your name and contact information will be collected in a separate file at the end of the survey.

To be eligible for the draw prize, please complete the survey by March 19. Click here to link to the survey.

Paper copies of the survey can be picked up at city hall, MacLean Elementary and Rossland Secondary School and other Rossland businesses and dropped off at city hall or mailed to the Neighbourhood of Learning Committee, c/o the City of Rossland, PO Box 1179.

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