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Lyndonville school district has new solution for community feedback

Posted 7 January 2017 at 9:52 am

Press Release, Lyndonville Central School

LYNDONVILLE – Lyndonville Central School wants to stay connected to its community. So, it’s making it easier than ever to reach district leadership with its recently launched cloud-based communication solution, Let’s Talk!

“With social media channels and online conversations compounding chatter at the bus stop, on the corner, and in our schools, it can be difficult to feel confident that we fully understand our community’s views and priorities,” said Jason Smith, district superintendent. “That’s why we launched Let’s Talk!, making our administrators easily accessible and giving our entire community a voice in district decision making.”

Let’s Talk! is a two-way, online communication solution that helps school and district administrators identify opportunities for engagement, spot potential crises, and build stronger relationships with parents, teachers, staff, students, and community members.

It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week from any computer, tablet, or smartphone. Users simply open the Let’s Talk! tab at www.lyndonvillecsd.org and select a topic to start a conversation. They may submit anonymously, or leave their contact information for a personal response.

Lyndonville’s Let’s Talk! page invites comments, questions, and suggestions about key topics like special education, transportation, technology, capital projects, athletics, and events, and provides a place to reach both district schools, the superintendent’s office, and the Board of Education.

For more information about Let’s Talk!, contact Lori Lamay at (585) 765-3101

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