The Williamson County School District is asking families with students currently in kindergarten through 11th grade to participate in an internet access survey next week.
The district will call households using its phone notification system on Thursday, May 7, beginning at 7 p.m.
WCS Superintendent Jason Golden says the decision to use the phone as a survey tool will allow all families the opportunity to participate since not all households have internet access.
“The results will help inform us of the needs of our families as we prepare for school next fall and tell us if we will need to purchase additional resources over the summer,” said Golden. “I hope all families will participate.”
Families will receive a call on Tuesday, May 5, to remind them that the survey call will be made on Thursday, May 7.
The survey will have two questions:
• Do you have internet access in your home? Press 1 for yes; press 2 for no.
• If you do have internet access, do you consider your internet access reliable most of the time? Press 1 for yes; press 2 for no; press 3 for “do not have Internet.”
The district will call families who do not respond to the call on Thursday, May 7 again on Friday, May 8.
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