LCAP Parent Survey
The Washington Unified School District values input from all stakeholders, especially parents/guardians. Please take 5 minutes to complete this survey and provide us with your input regarding our school district and your child's school. All questions are optional and may be left blank if you decline to answer. Your responses are anonymous.
My child attends:
Check all that apply
My child(ren) is(are) enrolled in the following grade(s):
Check all that apply
My child participates in the following programs:
My child's ethnicity is:
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Strongly Disagree
Uncertain
My child's school has clean and well-maintained facilities and properties.
My child's school seeks parent input.
My child's school focuses on improving student attendance.
My child feels safe and connected to his/her school.
I feel welcome to participate in activities at my child's school.
My child's school provides a quality education that focuses on the academic success of each child.
My child's school offers supports that promote learning at high levels.
My child's school provides a variety of activities in which students can participate.
My child's school welcomes parental participation.
My child's school promotes academic success for all students.
My child's school treats all students with respect.
My child's school keeps me well-informed about school activities.
My child's school enforces school rules equally for my child and all students.
My child's school is a safe place.
My child's school has teachers that go out of their way to help students.
My child's school has adults that really care about students.
My child's school effectively communicates with me regarding my child's academic progress.
Since the beginning of the school year, I have (or another adult in our household has):
How can WUSD improve learning for your child?
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