Dodge County Middle School Title I Survey
Please take a moment to complete this parent survey about our Parent Engagement Program and the School Compact. We will use your feedback to make changes and revisions for the 2018-2019 school year.
How important is parent engagement to a student's academic success?
Does the school give you opportunities to be involved in your child's education?
Do you feel welcome at your child's school?
During this school year, how often have you visited your child's school?
Once or twice
Every few months
Weekly or more
When is the best time for you to attend a school event for parents?
In the evening
Did you participate in the following parent activities and opportunities for parental engagement and partnership?
Parent Advisory Council
Parent Teacher Conferences
Annual Title I Parent Conference
Revising of the Parent Engagement Plan and Parent/School/Teacher Compact?
Parent Night (fall)
Parent Night (spring)
Do you receive written communication from the school in a format and language that is understandable?
How confident are you about your understanding of the content that your child is taught in the classroom, and what your child is expected to know by the end of the school year?
What are the best ways for you to provide input regarding your child's school?
Complete survey online
In your opinion, what barriers prevent parents from participating in more Parent Engagement activities at the school?
What ways can parental engagement be strengthened at your child's school?
How would you like to see parental engagement funds used?
Fund a parent resource center
Provide academic materials for parents
Provide transportation assistance for parents to attend Title I events at the school
Fund technology resources at the school
Did you sign a School Compact at the beginning of the school year?
How often do teachers communicate with you about your child's progress?
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