The Duluth school district hired a firm to conduct a phone survey for the district in April.

The Morris Leatherman Company will be calling 625 randomly selected households in the district to ask questions regarding their feelings about the district, satisfaction with the district and values and priorities they would like to see the district adopt.

“We want to gauge where the community wants to see us invest and expand,” Superintendent Bill Gronseth said.

Once the survey is started, it’s expected to take two to three weeks to complete.