The Riverhead Central School District Board is seeking feedback from community residents on school safety issues.
District residents are being asked to participate in a short, anonymous online survey aimed at assisting the district in providing a safe and secure learning environment for students.
The 13-question survey, launched March 15, is open through April 1.
The district said its new security director Terry Culhane has conducted a review of district security procedures and has implemented several improvements to bolster security.
The survey is part of the district’s “resolve to ensure the safety of our students and staff,” according to a statement on the district’s website.
“It is the hope of the district that the results of the survey will help us to better understand the perspective of the Riverhead community as it relates to the district’s comprehensive districtwide security plan and assist us in planning for future security upgrades,” the district statement said.
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