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Community and Student Engagement Survey
Mathis Intermediate Parent Survey
Directions:
- Our school district is conducting an evaluation of selected programs and student services. Parent perceptions are an important part of this evaluation.
- For each descriptor listed in the survey, please assign a rating between 1 and 10 to indicate your opinion. A rating of "10" indicates exceptional; a rating of "5" indicates average; and a rating of "1" indicates extremely poor.
- If you have no knowledge or opinion about a particular descriptor, please select a rating of 0, which indicates “not applicable” (NA).
- For additional comments, please post at the bottom of the survey.
- To submit survey, please click the "Send Form" button at the end of the survey.
Fine Arts Area:
1. The campus offers engaging opportunities for my child to participate in fine arts (e.g., art, music education, choir, or theatre). *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
2. This campus offers parents the opportunity for input into the fine arts program. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
3. Parents and community members are welcomed to a wide variety of fine arts performances and events that showcase the students’ talents. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
Wellness & Physical Education
4. The campus offers an array of opportunities for my child to be involved in wellness and physical education activities. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
5. The coach uses FitnessGram results to communicate my child’s physical education progress. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
6. Wellness and fitness activities are provided to parents and community members to encourage healthy life styles. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
Community & Parent Involvement
7. Parents and community members have opportunities to volunteer in schools to support students and staff in various capacities. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
8. Parents and/or community members are provided opportunities to participate in making decisions for our children’s education (e.g., Site-Based Teams, Parent Meetings, Advisory Councils). *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
9. Parents and community members feel welcomed when they enter the school building/office. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
21st Century Workforce Development
10. My child's teacher(s) is helping him/her learn about options for college and careers. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
11. Parents and community members are provided information on helping students acquire the knowledge and skills they will need to be successful after high school. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
12. This campus provides students with opportunities to develop skills in the areas of collaboration, communication, and critical and creative thinking. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
Second Language Acquisition
13. English Language Learners (ELLs) are provided the experiences and instruction they need to communicate and learn in English. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
14. Students have enrichment opportunities to learn a foreign language. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
15. The campus/district offers classes to help parents/community members improve English skills. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
Digital Learning Environment
16. My child has opportunities to utilize a variety of age-appropriate technology tools and applications to acquire knowledge and demonstrate new learning. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
17. The campus/district provides a website that gives parents and community members valuable information and provides an avenue for parent communication to and from the school. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
18. Students and parents are informed about the district's Acceptable Use Policy. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
Dropout Prevention Strategies
19. My child believes that, overall, the teachers and staff members on this campus care about students and want them to succeed. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
20. This campus places great emphasis on providing students with appropriate instruction and intervention to ensure mastery of grade level academic skills. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
21. Parent and community members are involved in activities which help students meet the expectations for the grade level with the ultimate goal of graduating high school. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
Gifted and Talented Program
22. Students identified as needing Gifted and Talented (GT) services are provided a wide array of academic opportunities which may include in-class instruction, mentorships, field trips or research opportunities, etc. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
23. GT students are offered ways to showcase their talents to other students, to parents/community, or through competitions. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
24. Parents are informed of gifted and talented procedures and the academic offerings of the GT program. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
Compliance with Statutory Reporting and Policy Requirements
25. The campus/district has multiple avenues for sharing required documents and postings with parents and community, such as the district website, letters, newsletters, electronic communications, and face-to-face meetings. *
0 = N/A, 1= Extremely Poor -- 10= Exceptional
N/A
Exceptional
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