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What do you value?

What values guide your priorities?

So that the district’s budget plans may consider community priorities, help us understand yours. What education values are most important to you?

Try this exercise. Divide 100 points between the values listed below. Give more points to those values more important to you.

Some values may overlap. You do not have to give any points to a value that is not important to you. You may create one new value statement if you like.

Total allocated: 0
Remaining: 100

I value neighborhood schools.
I value choice of magnet programs.
I value attracting and retaining highly qualified employees.
I value programs that prepare students for higher education.
I value programs that prepare students for the workforce.
I value activities such as sports, clubs and performing arts.
I value programs for students needing extra academic support.
I value small class sizes with low teacher to student ratios.
I value a safe and well-functioning school environment.
I value well-maintained school facilities.
I value:

Thank you for sharing your ideas.

Would you like to combine your results with those of others who have completed the survey?

Would you like to use this form in a group exercise? A printable PDF version is available.
Values exercise in Spanish. Values exercise in Chinese.

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John A. Bowes · Superintendent
526 B Street · Davis, CA 95616 · 530-757-5300 ·
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