A group of engaged Grizzlies and future Glenn High School students came together to share ideas about student safety, campus culture, and teacher support during the district’s sixth Community Conversation on Student Experience.
“Welcoming and inclusive culture!” wrote one attendee about their hopes and dreams for Leander ISD students. “How do we create an environment where every student feels represented and heard? Students enjoy coming to school and feel supported by the community.”
Now, the entire Glenn High School community, including feeder schools, can participate in the conversation through ThoughtExchange, an online sharing platform that allows you to share your opinions and rate the ideas of other GHS community members. Click here to participate by submitting as many thoughts as you’d like and reviewing other comments by March 16 at 11:59 p.m. Campuses include:
- Bagdad Elementary School;
- Camacho Elementary School;
- Glenn High School;
- Larkspur Elementary School;
- Leander Middle School;
- Plain Elementary School;
- Pleasant Hill Elementary School; and
- Wiley Middle School.
The Glenn Community Conversation on Student Experience aligns with the five previous meetings the district hosted at Vista Ridge, Leander, Vandegrift, Cedar Park, and Rouse high schools. The district is releasing preliminary data as it becomes available about 10 days after the ThoughtExchange closes.
To help us remain accessible, inclusive and transparent, we are asking the Glenn community to help us share the Thoughtexchange link with your friends, neighbors, family and peers at www.leanderisd.org/ghsconvo/. After the conversation closes on March 16, the district will share the results online and in an email. We will have a districtwide report at the end of March and at our State of the District on June 10.
“We had so many wonderful students at our Glenn conversation, it made it a truly special evening for us as district leaders,” said Superintendent Bruce Gearing, Ed.D. “Now, we are asking our Grizzlies and future Glenn students, families, and staff members in those feeder schools to help us extend the conversation.”