Lauderdale Lakes Middle 2017-2018 Annual Title I School Parent Engagement Survey
Directions: Please answer each question by circling the number that corresponds to your level of disagreement/agreement with each statement. The rating scale ranges from “Strongly Disagree (1)” to “Strongly Agree (4)” If no information was received, place a check mark in the “I never received the information” area on top of the yellow stop sign. If you have no opinion on the statement, circle “N/A” in the Not Applicable section. We appreciate your feedback!
Section 1 – Did you receive information from your child’s school about awareness of standards and testing?
All statements refer to the current school year.
I often received information from my child’s school about what the school teaches my child.
I often received information from my child’s school about the Florida State Standards.
I often received information from my child’s school about State tests, such as the Florida Standards Assessments (FSA), FLKRS, FAIR-K, ECHOS, FAIR, EOCs, etc.
I often received information from my child’s school about how my child scored on the state tests.
I often received information from my child’s school about what a score on the state tests means.
I often received information from my child’s school about what is used to determine whether my child moves to the next grade or repeats the same grade.
I often received information from my child’s school about how to keep track of my child’s progress.
I often received information from my child’s school about how I can work with teachers to help my child succeed.
I often received information from my child’s school about monitoring my child’s progress.
I received information about working with teachers to improve my child’s achievement.
I went to an open house or a meeting where the goals and activities of the Title I program were discussed.
Section 2 – Did you receive materials from your child’s school about helping your child with school?
All statements refer to the current school year.
I received materials to help me work with my child to do better in school.
Someone showed me how to use these materials.
I went to one or more meetings (trainings, events, etc.) on this topic.
I helped my child with their homework at least once a week.
Section 3 – Did you and your child’s school collaborate?
All statements refer to the current school year.
I feel that teachers, principals, and other school staff were willing to communicate with me.
I feel that my child’s school values my suggestions for my child’s learning.
My child’s school asked my advice on how they can best teach my child.
I felt respected by my child’s school.
I was aware that I may participate in the development and review of my school parent involvement plan.
Section 4 – Did you and your child’s school have an open line of communication?
All statements refer to the current school year.
I know how to contact your child’s teacher.
The information from my child’s school was easy to understand.
The information from my child’s school was given in a language that I understand.
If needed, translators were available and able to help me at parent meetings and other school activities.
Section 5 – Was your child’s school open to parental Involvement?
All statements refer to the current school year.
I asked for specific activities, meetings, or materials from my child’s school.
If you selected Agree or Strongly Agree to question 25, then complete 26a, 27b and 28c.
a. Did the school respond quickly?
b. Were you satisfied with the response?
c. Did they explain their response to you?
I feel welcomed at my child's school.
Where did you get information about standards, testing, and helping your child succeed in school?
Please check YES or NO for each one.
A Title I Meeting
Books, magazines, or videos purchased in stores
Conference with a teacher
District web site
Florida Department of Education (FDOE) web site
Friends, relatives, or other parents
Local television
Mailed by the school system
Meeting at the district offices
Other meeting at school
Parent center
Parent Compact
Religious organization (for example, a church, synagogue, or related organizations)
School district television station
School web site
Title I Brochure
Web sites not run by the school system
Other (please describe)
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