TCCSS Annual Evaluation Survey of the Title I Family Engagement Program  Parent Survey  2022-2023 
As we continuously seek to improve the Terrell County Charter School System, we want to know how you, as a parent/guardian or family member, feel the schools and the district are doing to meet your needs. Title I, Part A, Section 1116 of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires that each school receiving Title I, Part A funds jointly develop with parents and family members of all participating children the district-level and school-level parent and family engagement policies and plans, a school-parent compact, training to build school staff capacity, and a budget for the one percent set-aside for parent and family engagement activities.
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Dear Parents, Our school conducts outreach to all parents and family members and supports successful school and family interactions. Your help in planning these family engagement efforts is appreciated. Please complete the survey to provide your recommendations into our efforts to help you support your child’s learning and educational success. All information provided is confidential and will be used to assist us with future planning for parent and family engagement activities and events in the district and schools. Your opinions and suggestions are very valuable and we thank you for your time to complete this survey.  
What school(s) do/does your child(ren) attend?  Please check all that apply. *
In what grade(s) is/are your child(ren) enrolled? Check all that apply. *
What is your relationship to the child? *
What is the primary language spoken in your home? *
Schools are required to set aside a one percent side aside of the Title I money we receive for parent and family engagement activities to actively engage parents in the academic achievement of their children.  What are your suggestions for how Title I parent and family engagement money should be spent?  Please check all that apply. *
How can teachers and school staff build partnership with parents and families to improve student achievement in your child's school? Please check all that apply. *
What professional learning activities (workshops) for teachers, principals, other leaders, and other staff would you like to see to build staff capacity? *
Are you willing to take  part in training school staff? *
What is the best way for the school and district to get important information to you? Please check all that apply. *
Please complete the following questions about parent meetings. *
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Communication with school is provided, translated, or interpreted in a language I can understand.
The school offers meetings in different formats such as in person and online.
The school offers parents meetings at a convenient time of day/night.
Which is the best format for you to attend parent meetings/activities? Please check all that apply. *
 When is the best time for you to attend a parent event or activity? *
Which of the following prevent you from being able to participate in school functions, activities, and planning events? Please check all that apply. *
What would improve  your participation in family engagements events/activities at your child's school? *
Which transition service would you like the school to offer to families? Please check all that apply. *
Which community-based organizations or businesses should your school work with to provide services to your child (i.e. PTA / PTO, United Way, business donations, work-based field trips)? *
Which of the following topics would you like to receive more information or attend a workshop on? Please check all that apply. *
What should the school/teachers do to support you in helping your child(ren) achieve academically? *
Please answer the following questions about what you know about the school's plan to engage families. *
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My school asked me for feedback on the school parent and family engagement plan.
The school makes the school parent and family engagement plan available to the local community.
The school updates, at least annually, the parent and family engagement plan to meet the changing needs of parents and the school.
If the Title I Schoolwide Plan is not satisfactory to parents, the school submits any parent comments to the district's Title I Office.
If requested by parents, the school addresses opportunities for regular meetings.
The school explains what a School-Parent Compact is and how parents, the entire school staff, and students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement.
I feel like I have had an opportunity to provide feedback about and participate in decision-making about my child's education.
What parent engagement activities/meetings (in person or virtual) have you attended at your child's school? Please check all that apply. *
What are the best ways for you to provide input regarding your child’s school? Please check all that apply. *
How can the school/district improve on actively engaging parents, family members, and the community in the activities of the school and/or district? *
Are you willing to be a part of a school and/or district parent advisory council? If yes, please leave your contact information below.
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Please add any additional comments, suggestions, or questions below. If you do have a question, please include contact information (name, phone number, and email) as to how to reach out to you.
We greatly appreciate your participation in this survey. We look forward to reviewing your feedback and using that information to improve the quality of our school-family partnerships.
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