Catholic Identity Program Effectiveness Survey-Blessed Sacrament School
Our School Mission Statement:
Blessed Sacrament School, in partnership with parents, is committed to:
•Living Christ’s message
•Promoting academic excellence
•Fostering a community of faith and service
Religious Affiliation
Your Relation to School (Please check all that apply.) :
If A Parent, Child(ren)'s Grade in this School (Please check all that apply.) :
Please rate the following statements:
Our school staff knows and understands the school's mission statement.
Our school community students know and understand the school's mission statement.
Our school parents know and understand the school's mission statement.
Decisions made at our school are guided and directed by our mission statement.
Our school provides an academically rigorous Catholic religion program.
Our school provides an academically rigorous Math curriculum.
Our school provides an academically rigorous Language Arts curriculum.
Our school provides an academically rigorous Science curriculum.
Our school provides an academically rigorous Social Studies curriculum.
Our school provides an academically rigorous Technology curriculum.
Our teachers help students think critically and ethically about the world around them, using the lens of Gospel values and Catholic doctrine and beliefs.
Our school provides opportunities outside the classroom for students' faith formation and participation in retreats, prayer, Mass, sacraments, and other spiritual experiences.
Our school provides opportunities outside the classroom for students to participate in service activities for social justice.
Administrators, faculty, and staff serve as role models of faith and service to students.
Our school provides opportunities for faith formation for faculty and staff.
Our school provides opportunities for faith formation for parents, guardians, and other adult members of the school community.
Every adult in the school supports the faith life of the school community.
Our school helps parents/guardians support the faith life of their child.
Our school provides opportunities for adult members of the school community to participate in service activities for social justice.
There is a person or group (such as a pastor or a board) who collaborates with the school administration to make or recommend decisions for the success of the school.
A person or group (such as a pastor or a board), in collaboration with the school administration, takes responsibility for monitoring that the school is faithful to its mission, academically excellent, and sound in its business decisions.
Our school administration effectively carries out its responsibilities in the area of instructional leadership.
Our school administration effectively carries out its responsibilities in the area of faith formation.
Our school administration has authority to realize and implement the school's mission and vision.
Our school administration involves all members of the school community to ensure a school culture that embodies the mission and vision.
Our school administration takes responsibility for the development and oversight of school programs, personnel,and school operations.
Our school has a strong culture of collaboration within the school to advance excellence.
Our school has a clearly articulated, rigorous curriculum infused with Gospel values, that prepare students for life and work.
In our school, students spend most of the time solving problems, discussing ideas, creating their own work, reading, writing, speaking, and researching topics.
Curriculum and instruction in our school prepare students to be capable and critical users of media and technology.
Teachers use effective instruction to deliver the curriculum.
At our school, teachers use different teaching approaches to meet the diverse needs of all students.
At our school, teachers collaborate systematically and regularly in order to increase student achievement and improve teaching effectiveness.
At our school, administrators, faculty and staff engage in ongoing professional development.
Our school uses standardized and teacher developed assessments to document student learning and report the outcomes to parents and guardians.
Our school uses the results of standardized and teacher developed assessments to improve the curriculum and increase learning.
Teachers vary the types of assessments they use to monitor individual and class-wide student learning.
Our school provides programs and services that help students successfully complete the school program (for example, guidance and resource programs).
Our school provides enriching programs for students to develop their gifts and talents and enhance their creative, artistic, social/emotional, physical, and spiritual potential.
Our school provides opportunities for parents and guardians to be involved in the education of their children.
Our school's financial plan is the result of a collaborative process including expert advisors.
Our school consistently shares its financial plan with the school community.
Our school administration take responsibility for ensuring that the financial plans and budgets are implemented using best practices.
Our school treats all personnel with consistency, fairness, and justice.
Our school maintains and shares plans for managing facilities and equipment.
Our school maintains and shares a technology management plan.
Our school's facilities, equipment, and technology management plans are designed to enhance teaching and learning.
Our school has an institutional advancement plan, based on our mission, which includes strategies for communication, marketing, enrollment management, and development.
For Blessed Sacrament Alumni, or their parents, please give us your thoughts on how well prepared you were to continue your education.
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For Blessed Sacrament Alumni, or their parents, how would you compare our school to other schools in our area?
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What advice would you give us to help improve the quality of education at Blessed Sacrament School?
Your answer
Would you recommend Blessed Sacrament School to others?
Your Thoughts On School Calendar
As we move forward in developing our school's calendar for next school year, we'd like your thoughts on some items.
I would like the Mid-Winter Break to be moved from February, to January, as part of MLK Day.
It is important to have Easter Monday off.
School should start before Labor Day.
If we offered Extended Care before school, would you take advantage of this service?
If you answered "Yes" to Extended Care, before school, on what day(s) would you use it?
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