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GSHS survey up and running again after temporary glitch

A maintenance glitch caused an online survey regarding Glenwood Springs High School to shut down temporarily Tuesday afternoon. RTA Architecture, the company designing the new GSHS, sent the survey link to GSHS students and teachers. RTA’s Web site hosted the survey. The glitch occurred at around 5 p.m., and the site was back up by 5:30 p.m., said RTA principle Pat Ziuchkovski. So far, the survey, which was posted so RTA could get a better picture of GSHS, has had about 40 responses, he said. Anyone is more than welcome to give feedback on the future of GSHS, Ziuchkovski said, though the original intent was for the online survey to be available to students and teachers. The survey is just one way RTA is gathering information on GSHS from the community. The next step for the firm and the school’s design advisory group is a meeting from 7-9 p.m. Monday, March 14, in GSHS’s multipurpose room. The survey is just one way RTA is gathering information on GSHS from the community. The next step for the firm and the school’s design advisory group is a meeting from 7-9 p.m. Monday, March 14, in GSHS’s multipurpose room.


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