Community Survey


The Community Survey is now closed.

The Boston Public Schools (BPS) and the City of Boston conducted a survey to collect input from parents, staff, students, and community members about BuildBPS, the 10-year educational and facilities master planning process. 
The purpose of this survey is to deepen our understanding of:
      ·  How stakeholders see school buildings and the programs offered within them, and
      ·  Stakeholders' hopes and expectations for improved buildings and programs in the future. 
Data collected through this survey, along with other community engagement tools, will complement ongoing analyses of school facilities and educational/learning programs.
The BuildBPS team conducted two rounds of the survey, one closing on June 30, and the other on December 14. In each round, several participants were randomly selected to win a Nook tablet.
Stay tuned for complete survey results and announcement of Round 2 winners of the Nook! 

Previous winners 

The first round of the community survey closed on June 30. The School Committee requested that the survey be reopened for another round in order to generate additional responses.
Congratulations to the two winners of Chromebooks, randomly selected among all participants: Shannon Morey, a teacher at East Boston High School, and Thanh Tran, a parent at the Murphy K-8 School. They are pictured below with Monica Roberts, BPS Assistant Superintendent of Engagement.
Chromebook Winner 1  Chromebook Winner 2