District survey seeks input from F-M stakeholders

What do you think about the Fayetteville-Manlius School District? We want toThis is the F-M pride tree logo hear from you!

F-M parents, caregivers, students, staff and community members can anonymously share their feedback with district leaders on topics such as F-M’s academic rigor, leadership, student support and priority areas by completing the district’s community survey, which is open now through Nov. 14, 2022.

“One of the district’s priorities is to provide a welcoming school where everyone feels respected, included, valued and connected,” Superintendent of Schools Craig J. Tice said. “To ensure we are making progress towards this priority, and to better align our resources with the needs identified by our school community, it is important that we hear from stakeholders on what we are doing well and where we need to improve.”

The survey poses 17 questions, most of which are in multiple choice or checkbox format, and takes about seven minutes to complete. The survey’s final question asks participants to indicate whether they are interested in serving on F-M’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Education Committee. If the respondent selects “yes” to this question, the survey after being submitted anonymously redirects the user to a new form where they can provide their contact information. This is to ensure the district can follow-up with individuals who express interest in serving on the committee; it is not tied in any way to their survey responses. If the respondent does not select “yes” to the final question, the form will prompt the user to submit the survey and no further action is needed.

A summary of the survey results will be shared with the community during a future F-M Board of Education meeting.

Individuals who cannot access the survey electronically should contact 315-692-1200 to request a paper copy. 

“We look forward to your input, which will help shape the journey for our students and staff as we move forward,” Tice said.

F-M School District Survey