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"Have Your Say" survey ... we want to hear from you!

posted Feb 2, 2018, 5:15 AM by Wendy Webber ‎[Staff]‎

Students, parents, staff and community members invited to Have Your Say in survey starting February 5

Opportunity to provide feedback from February 5 to March 9, 2018  


From February 5 through March 9, 2018, parents/guardians with children in the Halton District School Board, students, staff and Halton community members are invited to complete the HDSB engagement survey: Have Your Say.


The Have Your Say survey will provide the Board with feedback regarding the goals and targets in the Halton District School Board’s Multi-Year Plan (2016-2020). Participation in the survey will help the Board identify opportunities to improve schools, with a focus on student achievement and well-being.

The survey will be available starting Monday, February 5, 2018 at, or via the Board's website at The survey is available in six languages: Arabic, English, Hindi, Mandarin, Punjabi, and Urdu.


"With your feedback, we can help guide meaningful change to improve student learning, well-being and success," says Stuart Miller, Director of Education for the Halton District School Board. "We are committed to engaging our community and building relationships so we can continually improve the educational experience for all students. Our goal is to ensure each and every one of our students is able to pursue the pathway of their choice.”


The Have Your Say survey is completely anonymous. Individual responses will be grouped together for analysis. The Halton District School Board is committed to sharing the results of this engagement survey with the community. A summary of the information collected will be shared with stakeholders by June 2018.


Infographics with highlights from the inaugural survey (2016-2017) are available at This data continues to support school and system improvement planning.  If you have any questions about the survey, contact Terri Blackwell, Superintendent of Education, at 905-335-3665, ext. 3409 or via email: If you have any difficulties accessing the survey or require technical assistance, contact