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    Share Your Voice to Inform the District’s Strategic Plan
    Posted on 09/17/2018
    Graphic design of thought bubble with text "Share your thoughts via Thought Exchange"

    Share Your Voice to Inform the District’s Strategic Plan

    All families, students, staff, and community members are invited to share their perspective on the most important things to consider as Seattle Public Schools sets priorities for the next three years.

    We want to hear from you about current strengths of the district and opportunities for improvement that we can address in our work moving forward. You have the chance to add your voice by join us at one of Superintendent Juneau’s town hall meetings and through our online engagement tool, ThoughtExchange.

    Find out more about Superintendent Juneau’s Listening and Learning Tour.

    ThoughtExchange Online Conversation Sept. 17 through Sept. 28

    ThoughtExchange is a web-based, mobile-friendly process that allows everyone in the community to add their voice anonymously. Through the three-step process, you will be asked to share your thoughts, view and rate the thoughts of others, and discover what’s important to the community.

    Between Sept. 17 and Sept. 28, we encourage you to join the conversation as often you like. ThoughtExchange conversations give us an opportunity to hear your ideas and priorities and it gives you a chance to learn about the ideas and priorities of others in our community.

    To participate, click this link and follow the prompts:

    To join the conversation in a language other than English or Spanish, text the name of your home language (i.e. “Somali”) to 728-55 and enter this code when prompted: 155-260-393

    If you participate by SMS, message and data rates may apply. You may receive around 10 messages a minute while participating, and up to three (3) messages total to keep you up-to-date with this exchange. Text STOP to opt out or HELP for help. For our terms of use and privacy policy, go to

    More about ThoughtExchange and the district’s approach to community engagement.