Ward 8 POST Community Survey
We are the Ward 8 POST (Parent Operator Selection Team). A team of parents working on what we would like to see in a new school that would be adjacent to Bolling base. This new school will serve both military children and children from the DC community. We believe that it is important to gain insight from the community to make sure many voices are included in this process. Thank you very much for participating in our survey
Full Name *
Your answer
Home Address *
Your answer
Phone Number
Your answer
Email *
Your answer
What Ward do you live in? *
Age Group *
Race/Ethnicity *
Please check which one applies: *
Are you or your spouse an active member of the military?
How important do you think it is for every student to have access to high quality public schools? *
Please identify which instructional models you believe are most needed for children in DC.
Most Needed
Least Needed
Not Needed
Expeditionary Learning: project-based learning expeditions, where students engage in interdisciplinary, in-depth study of compelling topics, in groups and in their community, with assessment coming through cumulative products, public presentations, and portfolio
Montessori: emphasis on independence, freedom within limits, and respect for a child’s natural psychological, physical, and social development
Dual Language/Bilingual: a form of education in which students are taught literacy and content in two languages
STEM/STEAM: these programs aim to teach students to think critically and have an engineering or design approach towards real-world problems while building on their mathematics and science base
Career Techinical Education: it is designed to help ensure that all students achieve mastery of core academic knowledge and advanced skills, and to prepare students for success in postsecondary education, lifelong learning, and high skills, high wage, or high demand careers in the competitive global labor market of the 21st century
International Baccalaureate: challenging educational programs for students to help develop their intellectual, personal, emotional, and social skills to learn, work, and live comfortably and productively as a citizen of the world
Fine Arts/Performing and Visual Arts: students work together to produce high-quality performances, publications, and exhibitions that reflect their understanding of the arts, develop their critical-thinking and problem-solving skills, and enhance their self-esteem
Please rank how we should prioritize these elements of public education.
Low Priority
Individualized Instruction
Effective School Leadership
Variety of Instructional Methods
Innovative Discipline Models
Rigorous curriculum and Fair Assessments
Parent and Community Support
Sufficient resources to help all students achieve (i.e. students w/disability, gifted)
Use of 21st Century Technology Tools
Qualified Teachers in Every Classroom
Quality After School Programming
What do you believe is missing from public education in DC? *
Your answer
Would you like to stay updated on the progress of the Ward 8 POST? *
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