Title I Parent Survey 2016-2017
Title I is a federal program designed to support students reach high academic standards. The purpose of this survey is to receive feedback from our parent/community stakeholders. Your input is essential to enhancing our processes. Thank you in advance for taking time to review and respond to our survey!
Please select your child's school:
Please select your child's grade level:
Are you aware of the Title I/Parent Involvement Plan at your school?
Did you receive a copy of the Parent-School Compact?
Did you review the Parent-School compact with a teacher, administrator, or other personnel?
Were you invited to a meeting to discuss the Title I program at your school?
Have you been informed of events/activities at your child's school?
Are school event/activity times varied to accommodate parent/family schedules?
Have you been invited to a parent/teacher conference this year?
Have you had the opportunity to provide feedback or been involved in the shared-decision making process at your school?
Other than parent/teacher conferences, has the school contacted you regarding your child's academic progress?
Have you received information about state content standards and/or how your child has performed on state/district assessments?
Has the school provided a variety of learning opportunities to support your child?
Do you feel valued and respected in your school community?
What support would be helpful in allowing you to attend conferences, meetings, trainings, and other events at your school?
Your answer
What topics, regarding your child's education, would you be interested in learning more about (ex: learning strategies, homework support, understanding common core standards and assessments, etc.)?
Your answer
Would you like to be contacted by your school for additional support? If so, please provide your e-mail or telephone contact below.
Your answer
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