Gifted Services Community Survey 2015-2016
The Gifted Advisory Board of Suffolk Public Schools is interested in your understanding and satisfaction with the gifted services offered to our students. Please identify your role before completing the survey below. This survey is completely anonymous. Respond to the questions as they pertain to your relationship with the gifted program. Thank you for your participation!
Role (Choose One)
I am the parent of, or work with, a child receiving gifted services in one of the following grade ranges (check all that apply or complete the survey more than once for each identified child):
I am the parent of, or work with, a child receiving gifted services in the following school(s) and/or programs:
Curriculum and Instruction
Please respond to the questions below as they relate to curriculum and instruction in gifted services during the 2015-2016 school year.
The gifted program meets the needs of children.
Never
Always
The gifted program has a positive influence on a child's attitude toward school.
Never
Always
I am concerned about children being pulled out of the regular classroom to attend gifted pull-out classes or special enrichment activities.
Never
Always
I am satisfied that the gifted program allows children to develop their academic interests.
Never
Always
Gifted children are challenged by the gifted services in which they participate.
Gifted children are challenged in the regular classroom (non-gifted cluster classes or classes NOT designated as Honors, AP, dual enrollment, PLTW, or IB).
Never
Always
Gifted children have enough opportunity for acceleration (learning material beyond his/her grade level or taking courses typically taught in a higher grade).
Never
Always
The gifted program is preparing children adequately for future academic pursuits.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Communication and Resources
Please respond to the questions below as they relate to the communication and resources you have received from gifted services during 2015-2016 school year.
Before receiving this survey, I was aware of the Suffolk Public Schools Gifted Advisory Board.
How would you best describe your satisfaction regarding the amount and frequency of communication you receive regarding the gifted program?
Not Satisfied
Very Satisfied
How would you best describe your satisfaction regarding the amount and frequency of the communication received from your child's teachers related to your child's learning/achievement?
Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Based on the previous answer, please identify the concerns for communication scores below the level 4.
Your answer
I believe children have adequate access to school counseling services that address issues related to giftedness and advanced achievement.
The process used for gifted identification is appropriate.
Did you attend the Gifted Advisory Board's Community Seminar in January?
Listed below are issues that have been brought to the attention of the Gifted Department. Of those listed, please identify which issues you feel are most critical and should be studied by the Gifted Department in the future.
In your opinion, what are the most beneficial aspects of the gifted program?
Your answer
What suggestions do you have for better meeting the needs of children in the gifted program?
Your answer
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