Angus Council is calling on parents, carers, staff and children in Monifieth to give their views on cluster schools.
The Monifieth Options Appraisal Survey will run in connection with the Angus Schools for the Future programme. Monifieth cluster schools are described as the next highest priority of the 30-year programme.
Councillor Derek Wann, children and learning convener, said: “Making sure we have schools that offer the best quality learning environment and make the best use of the resources available, is at the heart of our Schools for the Future programme.
“This survey presents a comprehensive range of options for the Monifieth cluster which could also affect other schools in the south-west of Angus so I would like to urge as many people as possible to tell us their views.”
There are various different options available in the programme and a survey is available to obtain people’s views on which options they prefer.
The survey and information about the programme is available on the Angus Council website,
Councillor Craig Fotheringham, who represents Monifieth and Sidlaw, said: “There is a wide and innovative range of options to consider, so it is vital we get the views of parents, carers, children and young people, and the local community, to help Angus Council shape the future education provision for the Monifieth and Sidlaw area”.
The survey will run until October 26.