Teachers in Sheridan County School District 2 have given the district's administration and trustees overall high marks in a survey reported to the board of trustees last night.
Sheridan High School teacher Kevin Rizer told trustees the survey does show areas which the district can strengthen and improve. But, he said, overall the survey presents a process of fine-tuning rather than an overhaul. He said the district's teachers recognize they work for the best school district in the state, and the survey reflects a high level of morale among the faculty.
Trustees received the report in a special teachers' round table session. The survey is a combination of efforts by the district's Assistant Superintendent, Tom Sachse, and the Sheridan County Education Association.
Trustee Wayne Schatz said the presentation of the survey was timely, because the school board will meet next month to consider its goals for the coming year.