The Pasco School District is looking for community input before deciding to place a multi-million dollar bond on the ballot.
A community survey on its website in both English and Spanish is available. Copies were to be sent home with elementary students and mailed to families of other students.
Board members are weighing whether to place a $46.7 million bond on the ballot in February to pay for two new elementary schools, an early learning center and a number of other projects to address overcrowding.
The survey asks about crowding, if the respondent would support a bond, if they'd support having sixth-graders taught in elementary schools rather than middle schools and if they have children attending Pasco schools.
Surveys are due Sept. 21 at the district's Booth Educational Center, 1215 W. Lewis St. The survey also is online at www.psd1.org.