Fill out the MLK Day Feedback Survey February 6, 2014 In order to continue to improve the quality of MLK Day, the Office of Inclusion and Community Life would appreciate you taking a few minutes of your time to complete this evaluation. Your comments and suggestion will help in the planning process for MLK Day 2015. This feedback form is completely anonymous in order for you to give honest, productive and useful feedback. Please rate the four separate parts of your MLK Day experience.Key Note MLK Speaker*ExcellentGoodAveragePoorMorning Speaker Panel*ExcellentGoodAveragePoorAll-School Service Project (Food Packing)*ExcellentGoodAveragePoorAfternoon Breakout Dialogue Workshops*ExcellentGoodAveragePoorFor the next four questions, please choose the answer which BEST represents your opinion about the benefits of that part of the day. If none of the choices represent your opinion, choose "none of the above" and make comments at the end of the survey.What do you consider the biggest benefit of the Morning Main MLK Speaker (choose one)?*It brought the whole school community together.It reminded us of MLK's legacy.It gave an example of a DA Alumnus serving social justice.None of the aboveWhat do you consider the biggest benefit of the Morning Panel (choose one)*The participants helped educate the school community about the issue of hunger.Students were able to connect the service project to real-life social justice issues.I learned about the real problem of hunger in our local community.It was helpful to hear about philanthropy with respect to hunger.None of the aboveWhat do you consider the biggest benefit of the Food Packing Project? (choose one)*It unified the school together in a service project.I felt like I was making a difference.I had fun with my friends.The project itself was a worthwhile cause.None of the aboveWhat do you consider the biggest benefit of the Afternoon Breakout Dialogue Workshops? (choose one)*I thought about something I would not otherwise have had the opportunity.It gave me the opportunity to talk about a social justice issue.I learned information about another social justice issue other than hunger.None of the above.Is there another major Non-profit service project that you know of (similar to Kids for Hunger) that you feel would be worthwhile for DA to undertake for a future MLK day? If so, let us know about it here:Suggestions for future themes for MLK Day, as well as comments on how this program could be improved are always welcomed. Please add your comments/suggestions/feedback below.If you are interested in being a part of the MLK Steering Committee for 2015, please email Ms. Young. All are welcome.