Ontario Alliance Against School Closures - Post Consolidation Experience Survey - Parent Survey.
The purpose of this survey is to monitor the effects of school closures and consolidations on students and their families. Email addresses are being collected to protect the integrity of the survey. All information is treated as private and confidential and will not be shared. Email addresses will be destroyed after results have been tabulated.
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1. How well has your child(ren) adjusted to the move? (3= no difference)
Poorly
Very Well
Comment:
Your answer
2. Has the move to a new school affected travel time to and from school? (3 =no difference)
Much Longer
Much Shorter
Comment:
Your answer
3. Has the move to a new school affected your child(ren)'s ability to take part in after school activities, jobs or co-op opportunities?
Reduced activity/opportunities
Greater activity/opportunities
Comment:
Your answer
4. Has the move affected your child(ren)'s friendships and social interactions?
Fewer friends/more isolated
Made more friends/ more social
Comment:
Your answer
5. Has your child(ren)'s academic results been affected?
Poorer grades
Improved grades
Comment:
Your answer
6. Has your child(ren)'s attitude to school changed?
More unhappy/ resistant
Happier/enthusiastic
Comment:
Your answer
7.Did you have any concerns prior to the move? Explain.
Your answer
8. If you had concerns, have they been aleviated? (3- somewhat)
No
Yes
Comment:
Your answer
9. How would you describe the effect of public input during the ARC process? (3 -somewhat effective)
No effect on final decision
Important factor in decision
Comment:
Your answer
10. How do you feel the school closure has affected your neighbourhood/community?
Serious blow/ destructive
Positive change/ progressive
Comment:
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