Matoaka ES - Survey - School of Excellence
Please complete to support feedback gathering from our school community. Email address collected only to verify unique user response (please submit 1 response per adult in household).
Questions P1-P20 pertain to National PTA Standands - your completion of these 20 questions is very appreciated.

Definitions for reference in survey questions:
Fitness – being physically fit and healthy
Wellness – actively making choices to be in good health

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1. My child engages in an adequate amount physical activity at school for fitness each day.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
2. Fitness activities are well-integrated into my child's day at school.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
3. Fitness should be prioritized by my child's school.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
4. My child understands physical activity for fitness is an important part of their day.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
5. My child understands the relationship between physical activity, adequate sleep time, and good food choices as components of wellness.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
6. My child has discussed fitness and/or wellness school experiences at home at least once.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
7. I am aware of wellness information being integrated into my child's curriculum at school (e.g. instruction of reading nutrition labels).
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
8. I consider recess a key part of my child's school day for both fitness and wellness.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
9. Alternative seating options in classrooms is a good way to improve attention and focus though physical activity and promote wellness.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
10. Having fitness-oriented clubs offered at school is important to both my child and me (applicable to grades 3-5).
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
11. I am aware of Matoaka's Parent Teacher Association (PTA) sponsored efforts to encourage fitness and wellness for students.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
12. I would like to see more PTA sponsored fitness and wellness efforts for students at Matoaka.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
P1. Our school has friendly signs inside and outside in multiple languages.
P2. Our school translates communications and provides interpreters as needed.
P3. Our school encourages families to volunteer.
P4. Our school shows respect to all families regardless of differences (e.g. age, gender, race, cultural background).
P5. Our school communicates with families in multiple ways (e.g., email, phone, website).
P6. Our school provides clear, two-way conversations about student progress or needs.
P7. Our school helps families understand how they can support their child's learning.
P8. Our school involves parents in planning for student transitions (e.g. middle, high, post-secondary, careers).
P9. Our school uses technology to meet the needs of today's students.
P10. Our school includes students as active participants in discussions of expectations and work quality (e.g. parent-teacher conferences).
P11. Our school explains the academic standards and how the curriculum is connected to those standards.
P12. Our school informs and encourages families to advocate for students at the school, local, state and/or national level.
P13. Our school listens to families' concerns and demonstrates a genuine interest in developing solutions.
P14. Our school provides information on family rights and responsibilities under federal and state laws.
P15. Our school establishes policies that recognize and respect diversity (e.g. cultural, ethnic, religious, socioeconomic).
P16. Our school considers families to be equal partners in decision making (e.g. policy, curricula, budget, safety, personnel).
P17. Our school provides families with information on the school improvement plan.
P18. Our school distributes information on community resources that serve the needs of families within the community.
P19. Our school has partnerships with local businesses, community organizations and service groups to advance student learning, or assist the school or families.
P20. Our school is a central part of the community.
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