2020-2021 Parent Involvement Input Survey
Dear Parents and Guardians,
As you may know, Deep Run (DRES) is a Schoolwide Title I School. Parent Involvement is an important part of Title I. DRES and Howard County Public Schools (HCPSS) value your input and partnership in supporting the academic success of your child. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey regarding school improvement, climate, and family engagement. This will be used to evaluate our Title I program so that we can better serve you. Your responses will be kept strictly confidential. Please complete the online survey by __________.
DIRECTIONS: Please read each statement or question carefully, decide which response best matches your point of view, click the circle for that choice and offer feedback when appropriate.
Click here to view the DRES School Improvement Plan At A Glance.
I feel that the academic goals in the School Improvement Plan meet the needs of my child.
Students are given the help they need to be successful.
We value input from our students, staff, parents, and community. Do you have any suggestions, questions, or feedback about our School Improvement Plan?
If yes, please describe and offer suggestions, questions, or feedback that you think will be helpful.
The Compact/Plan is part of the School Improvement Plan.
Click here to view DRES grade level compacts/plan.
During parent-teacher conferences and on the school's website, your school has offered opportunities to review the Compact/Plan. Do you have any suggestions to make the Compact/Plan more meaningful to you?
If yes, please describe and offer suggestions you think will be helpful.
My child's school has a welcoming and family-friendly climate.
Overall, I am satisfied with the opportunities available for parent participation.
Do you have any suggestions for how our staff can enhance communication and work with parents together as partners? Please write any comments or suggestions in the box below.
As you know, our school offers several workshops throughout the year to support you working with your child at home.
How many school activities or parent workshops have you attended this past school year?
2 or 3
4 or more
If you have gone to one or more workshop(s), do you agree that they were helpful?
For workshops that you did not attend, please tell why (select all that apply).
Did not wish to attend
Needed more information
Needed more notice of date/time
No child care was available
Information provided was too difficult to understand
Scheduling conflict or prior committment
Was not interested in workshop topics
Title I schools are given a Title I budget each year for Family Involvement programs/workshops and materials. How would you like to see your school's Title I funds used? (Select your top 5 choices.)
Reading and writing workshops
Homework help workshops
Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) workshops
Computer use and technology workshops
Time management workshops
Behavior issues at school and at home workshops
Social relationships, peer pressure, and self-esteem workshops
Children's books to read at home
Materials for at home learning for reading
Materials for at home learning for math
Snacks/meals at meetings
Please include additional comments, suggestions, concerns, or considerations for DRES.
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