Friday, April 1, 2016

A ten-minute survey: the Board of Trustees

     This morning, district personnel received this email from Chancellor Poertner:
Dear District Employee:   
The Board of Trustees is seeking information on its performance and is requesting your participation in a short survey. The purpose is to identify areas of board functions that are working well and areas in need of improvement. All responses will be kept anonymous and aggregated.   
The survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete and will close on April 15, 2016Your feedback is greatly appreciated.  
Please click on the link below to access the survey. If the link does not take you to the survey, please copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser.
Thank you.  
Gary L. PoertnerChancellorSouth Orange County CCD
 Let's tell 'em what we think, eh?


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I did find it humorous that the survey request came out on April 1st.

Anonymous said...

So, no reviews or info about our IVC gala?

Roy Bauer said...

I would love to hear a report of the Gala. I did not attend and so I cannot report about it. I heard that a puppy was put up for auction, which is only slightly better than hearing that it was one of the prizes. Not cool, people.

Anonymous said...

I heard students told tragic stories from the stage and people in the audience offered them money.

Anonymous said...

I heard there were two desserts on each plate.

Anonymous said...

Pretty sad, no stories about the gala, no cheerful emails from the PIO about the huge success of the event, no glowing report from Glenn, sounds like it fell flat on it's ass. Sigh......will they ever learn?

Anonymous said...

The gala was fine, really it was. The new people are working hard in a climate that is difficult for us all. Change takes time. Give them time. The Fund a Student activity was a bit weird.

Anonymous said...

Time is something they don't have.

Anonymous said...

How can it be difficult to raise money in Orange County?

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