Wacona Elementary School Title I Parent Involvement Survey 2016-2017
Dear Parents, Guardians, and Stakeholders,

Wacona Elementary School is a Title I school, and as the parent/guardian of a child attending a Title I school you are an important part of the Title I team. Your input is vital in the planning and implementation of the parental involvement program and activities in our school. The focus of all Title I programs is to help eligible students meet the same high academic achievement standards expected of all children, regardless of their socioeconomic status and background. The following survey is confidential and will be used to assist us with future planning for parental involvement activities and events at Wacona Elementary. We appreciate your feedback and thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.

1. 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?
2. Did you attend a meeting this school year where the goals and activities of the Title I program were discussed with parents?
3. 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. Do you feel that the school-parent compact helps remind you about things you can do to help your child at school?
4. How would you like to see the parental involvement funds (1% set aside) used at your child’s school? (Check all that apply)
5. What would help you participate more in decision making and the overall academic achievement in your child’s school?
6. In the past year, did you participate in the development and review of the following?
Yes, I participated
No, I did not participate
I was informed, but was unable participate
Parental Involvement Plan
Use of Parental Involvement Funds (1%)
School-Parent Compact
School Improvement Plan
7. What ways can the school better involve parents in school planning?
Your answer
School-Home Communication
8. Does your child’s school provide information that is easy to understand?
9. How often do you and your child’s teacher communicate about your child’s progress?
10. In what format would you prefer to receive information from your child’s school? (Check all that apply)
Helping Your Child with School
11. Do you understand what your child is expected to learn to be promoted to the next grade?
12. What type of informational programs would you like the school to provide for parents? (Check all that apply)
13. Please indicate whether you received the following information from your child’s school.
Received and very helpful
Received, but not helpful
Definitely did not receive
Not applicable
Information on the Grades 3-5 Georgia Milestones (general information about testing and scores)
How to keep track of your child’s progress (Parent Portal, Progress Reports, etc.)
Information on how you can work with teachers to help your child in school
14. How often do you work with your child on homework and discuss what they’re learning in school?
15. If you checked “Never” for the above question, please indicate the reasons why: (Check all that apply)
Parent Participation
16. Are you aware of the procedures/opportunities to volunteer at your child’s school?
17. How well do you feel the school creates a welcoming environment for parents?
18. Which of the following would enable you to participate in parent meetings and school activities? (Check all that apply)
19. For each activity listed below, please provide us with your feedback by checking the box that best describes your opinion.
Very Valuable
Little value
Did not participate
Open House (8/2)
Kindergarten Lunch and Learn (9/7)
Fifth Grade Lunch and Learn (9/8)
Grandparent's Day (9/12-9/13)
Grade Level Parent Curriculum Night (9/20)
Annual Title I Meeting (9/22-9/23)
First Grade Lunch and Learn (9/20)
Second Grade Lunch and Learn (10/4)
Family Reading Night (10/4)
Third Grade Lunch and Learn (10/20)
Fourth Grade Lunch and Learn (11/1)
Homework and Study Skills (2/28)
GMAS Test-Prep and Test Taking Tips (4/13/17)
Parent-Teacher Conferences (ongoing)
PTO Meetings
Please include any other suggestions for parent engagement activities and workshops:
Your answer
20. How can our school improve on actively involving parents and community members in the activities of our school to increase student academic achievement?
Your answer
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of Ware County Schools. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Additional Terms