The Windom Area school district recently sent a survey to students currently in grades 6-11, as well as their parents.
The survey asked about the interest in starting a high school soccer program in Windom.
Supt. Wayne Wormstadt said the survey is part of a student’s Eagle Achievement Project, and that findings from the survey would be presented to the school board at a future meeting.
The survey asks the student’s grade, gender and if they would be interested in participating in a high school soccer program if one was started. It also asks if the student would be willing to travel for practices if the program was shared with another district.
The deadline to complete the survey is Thursday.
If you are a Windom parent of a student currently in grades 6-11 or a student in those grades and were not sent an e-mail, please contact the high school office at 831-6910.
The Minnesota State High School League offers separate programs for girls and boys. The season for both girls soccer and boys soccer is in the fall.