NPS Schedule Feedback Survey for Families
Thank you for completing this survey on you and your child's experiences with the current high school class schedule and you priorities for our work in redesigning the schedule.
The images below show the daily class schedule with block rotations at Newton North and Newton South. Both schedules currently include three 55-minute class periods and one 75-minute class period per week for each full length course.
My child/children attend (select all that apply):
Based on your child’s/children’s experience with the current high school class schedule and day overall, what are three positives about our current class schedule?
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Based on your child’s/children’s experience with the current high school class schedule and day overall, what are three problems or challenges in our current class schedule?
Your answer
What are the most important factors to consider as we work to develop a new high school class schedule? *
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Sufficient time for rigorous academics
Sufficient time for social and emotional learning and extra supports
More longer class periods that provide more time for interactive learning
More short class periods that maximize time for course meetings each day.
Access to a wide range of arts courses
Access to a wide range of elective courses
Access to a wide range of Career and Technical Education programs (eg Graphic Arts, Carpentry, Early Childhood Education, Automotive, etc)
Access to unscheduled time during the school day to complete homework, get academic help, or study for a test.
Regular and frequent access to extracurricular programs (guest speakers, teacher led workshops, programs offered by school clubs/activities, etc.) during the school day
Sufficient time for unstructured activity, lunch, downtime, etc
Other important factors to consider:
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Please share any additional questions or comments you may have.
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