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My child/children currently attend the following schools
1.1: The faculty and staff perceive the school environment as safe and orderly.
Teachers and staff at my child's school consider it a safe place.
Teachers and staff at my child's school consider it an orderly place.
My child's school has clear and specific rules and procedures in place.
Teachers, staff, and my child know the emergency management procedures for the school.
Teachers, staff, and my child know how to implement the emergency management procedures for the school.
Teachers, staff, and my child have practiced implementing emergency management procedures for specific incidents (for example, tornado drills, fire drills, or lockdown drills).
The emergency management procedures at my child's school are updated on a regular basis.
1.2 Students, parents, and the community perceive the school environment as safe and orderly.
My child's school is a safe place.
My child's school is an orderly place.
I am aware of the rules and procedures in place at my child's school.
My child's school has a system that allows leaders to communicate with me about issues regarding school safety (for example, a school call-out system).
The leaders of my child's school coordinate with local law enforcement agencies regarding school safety issues.
The leaders of my child's school engage the community and me regarding school safety issues.
Teachers help make important decisions at my child's school.
Specific groups of teachers provide input regarding specific decisions at my child's school.
1.4 Teacher teams and collaborative groups regularly interact to address common issues regarding curriculum, assessment, instruction, and the achievement of all students.
Teachers at my child's school meet together on a regular basis.
At my child's school , teachers who teach the same subject use the same exams, quizzes, and tests.
Teams of teachers at my child's school look at student achievement data to figure out how to improve students' learning.
1.5 Teachers and staff have formal ways to provide input regarding the optimal functioning of school.
The leaders of my child's school ask teachers for their opinions about how the school should function.
The leaders of my child's school collect information from teachers about their opinions.
1.6 Students, parents, and the community have formal ways to provide input regarding the optimal functioning of the school.
The leaders of my child's school ask for my opinion about how the school should function.
The leaders of my child's school have a system to save and keep track of the information they collect about my opinions.
Reports of opinion data collected from students, parents, and the community are generated regularly.
I understand how my opinions affect school decisions.
My child's school hosts an interactive website.
I visit my child's school's website often.
The leaders and teachers at my child's school use social networking technologies (such as Twitter and Facebook) to involve students, parents, and the community.
The leaders of my child's school conduct focus group meetings with students, parents, and the community.
The leaders of my child's school host or speak at community/business luncheons.
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