Broken Arrow Schools Seek Budget Input With Online Survey
BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma - Broken Arrow Public Schools are asking parents and city residents to take part in an online budget survey.
School officials say the survey is an effort to gather information on how to best respond to the state's education budget crisis and help the district prioritize proposed reductions.
"The state's revenue failure will have far reaching, long-term implications for public education and our district," said Broken Arrow Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Jarod Mendenhall.
"Input from our parents, staff and community will be very helpful as we make some difficult decisions."
The cut-off date to complete the survey is Thursday, April 14.