La Crosse School District officials are reaching out to parents for feedback on what they can do better.
A survey was sent out about two weeks ago to all parents.
Inside is a Web link for parents to give their input on what the schools are doing well and how they can improve.
That includes how well the schools are communicating with the parents, how the students are learning and how easy it is for parents to get involved.
"It will provide us, I think, with some great feedback and data for us to move forward now as we start to look at the next horizon, the next four, five, six years of improvement and where we really want to be moving in directions," said La Crosse School District Superintendent Randy Nelson.
The survey is available until Nov. 15.
A paper copy can be found at all of the school buildings for people who don't have Internet access.