Elementary Parent Survey 2017-2018
Elementary Parents K-5
Our school's purpose statement is clearly focused on student success.
Our school has established goals and a plan for improving student learning.
Our school board operates responsibly and functions effectively.
Our school board does not interfere with the operation or leadership of our school.
Our school has high expectations for students in all classes.
Our school shares responsibility for student learning with its stakeholders (administrators, teachers, staff members, students, parents, families, community members, business leaders, elected officials).
Our school communicates effectively about the school's goals and activities.
Our school provides opportunities for stakeholders to be involved in the school.
Our school uses a variety of teaching strategies and learning activities.
Our school meets my child's learning needs by individualizing instruction.
Our school helps me to understand my child's progress.
My child knows the expectations for learning in all classes.
My child has at least one adult advocate in the school.
The school meets the social needs of the students.
The school meets the academic needs of the students.
The school expects quality work of its students.
I know how well my child is progressing in school.
I respect the school's teacher.
I respect the school's leadership team (Lead Teachers, Superintendent/Principal)
The school has a good public image.
I support my child's learning at home.
I feel my child is safe at school.
I feel like my child is bullied at school.
I feel my child's school has a successful anti-bullying policy.
I feel my child's school is well maintained.
I feel good about myself as a parent.
What do you like best about our school?
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What do you like least about our school?
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What is one suggestion you would like to offer to improve our school?
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