CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Cincinnati Public Schools reached out to parents, staff and community members to complete a survey in February.
The idea is a new strategy to let families and those involved with CPS to express what is most important to them when it comes to the budget. CPS is working to close a $43 million budget gap by the end of June.
The survey indicated most respondents feel they had enough information when voting on the school levy. However, a majority of respondents said they had not looked at the financial information available on the district's website, suggesting a lack of awareness of the resource. Many employees ranked preschool as the most important at-risk program, while parents and community members said gifted and talented education was at the top of the list.
The full survey results are available on the CPS website, you can view the results here.