After launching their new Alumni website in May, Egg Harbor Township Schools is asking former students who haven’t done so already to register and complete a brief survey on the site.
The Alumni Association hopes to form closer bonds with former students, share district job openings and district events, pick their brains about what adult education training courses they would like to see offered, and gain their insight on how the district should grow through advancement and strategic planning.
“One of our district learning goals is building community connections. Each and every day we look to create relationships with students, teachers, parents, and community members. By embracing people within and outside of the school community, we allow ourselves to learn more about their needs. Gaining insight on student, teacher, and community needs provides us with information that will assist us with making Egg Harbor Township the very best that it can be. We are reaching out to our alumni so that we can learn more about them and what they experienced during the time spent with us here at the Egg Harbor Township School District,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kim Gruccio.
Former students are asked to visit http://www.eht.k12.nj.us/community_resources/alumni_association, register and take the brief survey to help district leaders mold online offerings that fit the needs of graduates and also those who may not have graduated and who want to get their GED. To contact the Alumni Office, please call (609) 646-8441, ext. 1017 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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