Northside Middle School GSAPS Parent Survey
1. Teachers use instructional strategies that meet the specific learning needs of individual students. (CI-2) *
2. Teachers use instructional strategies that meet the specific learning needs of individual students. (CI-3) *
3. Teachers provide academic interventions and enrichment opportunities to individual students as needed. (CI-3) *
4. School leaders focus the climate and culture of the school on ensuring high levels of learning for all students. (EL-1) *
5. School leaders put the academic needs of students ahead of other interests in making decisions. (EL-1) *
6. Family and community members feel welcome at the school. (FCE-1) *
7. The school engages family and community members as active participants in the life of the school. (FCE-1) *
8. The school creates and maintains clear and continuous two-way communication between the school and stakeholders regarding student learning. (FCE-2) *
9. Students, teachers, and parents engage in student-centered and solution-oriented discussions of student progress and goals. (FCE-2) *
10. The school builds capacity for all stakeholders to collaboratively develop and use effective support strategies that strengthen student learning at school and at home. (FCE-3) *
11. The school staff communicates academic expectations and/or graduation status (e.g., four-year graduation plans, syllabi, academic advisement protocols) throughout the year. (FCE-3) *
12. The school empowers families and the community to advocate for students regarding fair and equitable treatment and access to learning opportunities that will support student success. (FCE-4) *
13. The school partners with families to solicit input and feedback on educational policies, practices, and programs that affect student learning. (FCE-5) *
14. The school offers multiple opportunities (e.g., business partnerships, school councils, parent or family organizations, academic and extra-curricular booster clubs, civic organizations, tutoring services) for parents and community members to be involved in the school decision-making process. (FCE-5) *
15. School staff and families collaborate with community members, local businesses, and civic organizations to expand learning opportunities and services for students. (FCE-6) *
16. The school uses protocols (safety drills, tornado drills, crisis plans, maintenance plans, etc.) to provide a safe, clean, and orderly learning environment. (SLE-1) *
17. School leaders and staff develop, implement, and monitor a multi-tiered system of supports to meet students' unique whole-child needs. (SLE-2) *
18. The school supports a student learning community that encompasses healthy behavioral and academic norms. (SLE-3) *
19. Instructional staff have high expectations for students and expect students to do well academically and behaviorally. (SLE-3) *
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