2017-2018 Lauderdale County School District Title I and Title II Parent Survey
We are committed to working with parents to improve the academic achievement of all children within our district. As a parent, you have the right to voice your opinion in how we can strengthen parental involvement and how the parental involvement funds should be spent. Please take a moment to complete the following survey.
Which school(s) does your child(ren) attend?
Relationship to student attending a Lauderdale County School.
How well do you feel your child's school provides parents with opportunities to share feedback and ideas regarding the school's parental involvement program and activities?
Did you attend a meeting this school year where the goals and activities of the Title I program were discussed with parents?
At the beginning of the school year, all parents were asked to sign a school-parent compact outlining the responsibilities of both the school and parents in providing the best academic experience for your child. Please explain how the school-parent compact impacted your child's education this school year?
Your answer
How would you like to see the parental involvement funds used at your child's school?
What would help you participate more in decision making and the overall academic achievement in your child's school?
Have you been given opportunities to provide input into school decisions?
How well does the school encourage you to play a role in the school improvement planning process?
What ways can the school better involve parents in school planning?
Your answer
How well does your child's school provide information that is easy to understand?
How often does your child's teacher communicate with you about your child's progress?
How would you prefer to receive information from your child's school? (check all that apply)
Do you know how to contact your child's teacher?
What ways can the school improve communication between parents and the school?
Your answer
Are you aware of what your child is expected to understand in all subject areas?
How often do you meet in person with your child's teacher?
How well does school leadership foster an environment in which staff, parents, and the community work together to improve student achievement?
What type of informational programs would you like the school to provide parents? (check all that apply)
How often do you work with your child on homework?
What ways can the school help you work with your child to do better in school?
Your answer
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