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Wardsboro School Survey
Please let us know how we're doing.
Communication
The teachers, staff and principal make consistent efforts to communicate, listen and respond to me.
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The Weekly Newsletter is helpful in keeping me up to date on school activities.
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The School Website is helpful in keeping me up to date on school activities.
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A Facebook page would be helpful in keeping me up to date on school activities.
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Student Learning
Report Cards and parent conferences focus on academic growth over time.
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MAP Assessment results (Grades K - 2 only) help my child/ren and I understand their learning growth.
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SBAC Assessment results (Grades 3-6 only) help my child/ren and I understand their learning growth.
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Meeting Students Learning Needs
I have an understanding of my child's day and what is going on in his/her class.
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Instructional methods used at WES meet my child/ren's needs.
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My child/ren are appropriately challenged based on individual needs.
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The amount and content of my child's homework is appropriate and supportive of his/her learning.
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School Climate/Environment
WES and ROARS provide a positive and safe environment for my child/ren
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Discipline is fair and consistent with a focus on learning from mistakes
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A positive relationship exists between the staff and WES students.
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Overall Rating
WES strives to provide the best possible education in a fiscally responsible manner.
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I wish that WES would . . .
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I am glad that WES . . .
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