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Student Vision for Dayton: Creating an Action Plan for Your Community

Updated: Feb 14

Student Voice Survey

At Mayor Mims' Youth Summit, he announced a program to help shape the future of Dayton with ideas by and for teens.

The first step is better understanding student needs. High School students from all across Dayton are encouraged to take this short survey to share what they see as areas for improvement in the community.

Students from participating schools will be entered to win one of 10 $50 Amazon gift cards in appreciation for participating in the survey.

Please share the survey with any high school students within the City of Dayton; partner schools include Belmont High School, David H. Ponitz Career Technology Center, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, Meadowdale Career Technology Center, Mound Street Academy, Stivers School for the Arts, Thurgood Marshall High School, Dayton Digital Academy, DECA, and Chaminade-Julienne High School.

What's Next?

With the survey results in hand, Learn to Earn Dayton will review the data and invite interested students back to brainstorm solutions and imagine the possibilities of a stronger Dayton for teens. Through this effort, we'll generate an action plan to make Dayton a better place for youth and set the framework for an ongoing Youth Commission.


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