Rocinante Parent Survey 2019-2020 Spring
This parent survey provides data around the following Farmington Municipal School Commitments:
1.5- Teachers and staff have formal ways to provide input regarding the optimal functioning of the school
1.6- Students, parents, and the community have formal ways to provide input regarding the optimal functioning of the school
2.3-Predominant instructional practices throughout the school are known and monitored through the Farmington/School Model of Instruction
2.2- Support is provided to teachers to continually enhance their pedagogical skills through reflection and professional growth plans
3.2- The school curriculum is focused enough that it can be adequately addressed in the time available to teachers
3.3- All students have the opportunity to learn the critical content of the curriculum
4.2- Data are analyzed, interpreted, and used to regularly monitor progress toward achievement goals for individual students (students can track and explain their own learning progress, celebrate success and demonstrate pride)
The leaders of my child's school collect information from teachers about their opinions. *
This question addresses indicator 1.5.
The leaders of my child's school ask for my opinion about how the school should function. *
This question addresses indicator 1.6.
The leaders and teachers at my child's school use social networking technologies (such as Twitter and Facebook) to involve students, parents and the community. *
This question addresses indicator 1.6
The leaders of my child's school conduct group meetings with students, parents, and the community to gather input. *
This question addresses indicator 1.6
The leaders of my child's school regularly observe teachers teaching. *
This question addresses indicator 2.3
The leaders of my child's school can describe effective practices and problems of practice in the school. *
This question addresses indicator 2.3
Teachers at my child's school know what they are suppose to teach. *
This question addresses indicator 3.2
Teachers at my child's school have enough time to teach what they are suppose to teach. *
This question addresses indicator 3.2
In his or her subject-area classes, my child learns vocabulary words necessary to understand subject-specific information. *
This question addresses indicator 3.3
My child has access to the classes he or she needs to learn the essential elements of the curriculum. *
This question addresses indicator 3.3
If English is not my child's first language, he or she is taught basic English words necessary for basic communication and comprehension. *
This question addresses indicator 3.3
There are clear learning goals that my child is expected to meet in each subject area. *
This question addresses indicator 4.1
There is a proficiency scale or measurement topic for each goal my child is expected to meet. *
This question addresses indicator 4.1
My child knows his or her current status on each of his or her achievement goals. *
This question addresses indicator 4.1
I know what my child's school goals are. *
This question addresses indicator 4.1
My child uses a data notebook to track his or her progress on his or her goals. *
This question addresses indicator 4.1
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