CBISD Community and Student Engagement Survey
The purpose of the state required Community and Student Engagement Survey is to tell the story of what is happening in districts and on campuses when it’s not a test day.

Final results will be posted on the CBISD website in mid-June. Thank you for your participation.

Area 1: Fine Arts
Please rate each item, activity, or program in this area by selecting one answer from the drop-down box.
Participation in UIL sponsored and non-UIL activities/competitions.
(band, choir, art, drama, Houston Rodeo, Brazoria County Fair, etc.)
Student participation in assemblies, clubs, concerts, and performances
Field trips to museums, wildlife parks, community locations, theaters, art exhibits, etc.
Number of Fine Arts course offerings/clubs
Area 2: Wellness and Physical Education
Please rate each item, activity, or program in this area by selecting one answer from the drop-down box.
Physical Education (P.E.) or Athletics participation
Anti‐bullying lessons / programs / educational activities.
(Character Education, Red Ribbon week activities, DARE)
Availability of school nurses
CPR Training provided to staff and/or students
Breakfast in the classroom
Area 3: Community and Parental Involvement
Please rate each item, activity, or program in this area by selecting one answer from the drop-down box.
Communities in Schools Programs
Programs engaging parental/community involvement
(Meet the Teacher, Open House, Veteran's Day, Field Day, awards programs food & blood drives, etc.)
Communication with parents/community via Facebook, Twitter, Skyward, etc.
Area 4 - 21st Century Workforce Development
Please rate each item, activity, or program in this area by selecting one answer from the drop-down box.
Student Leadership Opportunities / Student Council
College and Career Readiness activities
College Fair at Brazosport College, Career Days, Guest Speakers, etc
Mentoring/Tutoring provided through Community Partners/PALS
High School courses offered to middle school students
Dual-credit (college) and CTE (Career & Technology Education) course offerings available
CNA (Certified Nurses Assistant), Pharmacy Technician, MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist), Process Tech, Millwright, Pipefitter, Welding, Instrumentation, etc.
Area 5 - 2nd Language Acquisition
Please rate each item, activity, or program in this area by selecting one answer from the drop-down box.
Foreign language course offerings in junior high and high school
ESL Summer School
English language courses offered to ELL parents
Providing translations of letters/notices to parents
Area 6 - Digital Learning Environment
Please rate each item, activity, or program in this area by selecting one answer from the drop-down box.
Purchase and use of technology, infrastructure, etc
Wi-fi access on campus for students, faculty and parents
Use of web filters for internet safety
Area 7 - Dropout Prevention Strategies
Please rate each item, activity, or program in this area by selecting one answer from the drop-down box.
Mentoring/tutoring programs
After school tutoring, homework assistance program availability
Attendance monitoring and encouragement
Availability of school counselors
Area 8: Educational Programs for Gifted and Talented Students
Please rate each item, activity, or program in this area be selecting one answer from the drop-box.
Showcasing work and activities of GT students
Enrichment opportunities for GT students
Academic UIL participation by GT students
Teacher training, professional development geared to GT students and programs
AP / Dual-credit course participation by GT students
Area 9: Conclusion
Please indicate your overall perception of Columbia-Brazoria ISD by selecting one answer from the drop-down box.
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