Elbert County School District Title I Parent Survey Spring 2017
As we continuously seek to improve the Elbert County School District, we want to know how you, as a parent or guardian, feel the schools and the district are doing to meet your needs. The information that you provide will help us evaluate and improve how our schools, families and parents work together to help all students achieve academically. All information provided is confidential and will be used to assist us with future planning for parental involvement activities and events in the district and schools. Your opinions and suggestions are very valuable, and we thank you for your time to complete this survey.
1. What school does your child attend? (Please check one)
2. What is your relationship to your child?
3. How well does your child's school create an environment that helps your child learn?
4. How well do you feel your child's school prepares him/her for the next academic year?
5. How often do you communicate with teachers at your child's school?
6. How confident do you feel in making sure your child's school meets the learning needs of your child?
7. Do you feel informed when it comes to making decisions about your child's schooling?
( if you answer no, please explain under other)
8. Are you satisfied with the services provided by the school to help you support your child academically?
( if you answer no, please explain under other)
9. How often does your child's school give you the opportunity to be involved in your child's learning?
10. How satisfied are you with the way your child's school works with parents.
11. Have you been given the opportunity to participate in the planning and implementation of the parental involvement program at your child’s school?
12. Would you like to participate in the planning and implementation of the parental involvement program at your child's school?
13. Did you participate in any of the following decision making opportunities requiring parent input and partnership?
(please check all that apply)
14. How often does your child's school consider parent suggestions when decisions are made about the school?
15. How satisfied are you with the way you are included in the decisions made about your child's school?
16. In the past year, how often have you communicated with the school about how they can help your child learn?
17. In the past year, how often have you communicated with the school about ways that you can help your child's learning at home?
18. In the past year, how often did you participate in a parental involvement activity, event, or program held by your child's school?
19. In the past year, how often did you participate in a parental involvement activity, event, or program held by the school district?
20. Do you have internet access?
21. How often do you visit your child's school website?
22. How often do you visit the school district website?
23. Please tell us how you receive information about parental involvement workshops, presentations, meetings, or other information offered?
(Please choose only two that you use the most)
24. How would you like to see parental involvement funds used?
(Choose all that apply)
25. Which of the following prevent you from being able to participate in school functions, activities, and planning events?
(Choose all that apply)
26. Regarding which of the following topics would you like to receive more information? (Choose all that apply)
27. Would you be interested in attending a workshop at the school or in the community on any of the topics above?
28. What is the primary language spoken in your home?
29. When is the best time for you to attend a parent event?
30. In the past year, how often have you helped out at your child's school?
31. I am willing to volunteer in our schools.
32. Please describe any hobbies, talents, interests, or work experiences that you could share with the parents, staff, or students at your child's school.
Your answer
33. What ways can parent engagement be strengthened within the school district?
Your answer
34. What ways can parent engagement be strengthened at your child's school?
Your answer
35. How can the school improve on actively involving parents and the community in the activities of the school?
Your answer
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