Warren Twp Needs Assessment-Parents (5-6)
Thank you for taking the time to answer the questions in this survey. Your honest responses to all questions will assist in the review of the School Counseling Program. Aggregate responses will be compiled and shared but individual responses will be kept confidential.
1. Approximately how many times has your child reported meeting with the School Counselor while at this school?
2. Approximately how many times have you spoken with your child's School Counselor?
Please select the appropriate response after each statement that best reflects your opinion.
3. The School Counselors support my child in his/her college/career development.
4. The School Counselors support my child in his/her academic development.
5. The School Counselors support my child in his/her social and emotional development.
6. I believe my child feels comfortable meeting with the School Counselor.
7. The School Counselor has helped my child with personal and/or school problems.
8. My child has participated in classroom and small group programs covering topics such as bullying, peer pressure, conflict resolution, etc.
9. The School Counselor is NOT available to me when I have questions.
10. The School Counselor has provided my child with orientation information and services to help with the transition to middle school.
11. I feel respected and listened to when I talk with the School Counselor(s).
12. The School Counselor has provided services that have been helpful to my child.
13. I believe School Counselors work cooperatively with administrators, teachers, and other staff.
14. I feel satisfied with the work School Counselors are doing.
15. I do NOT have a clear understanding of the School Counselor's responsibilities.
16. The School Counselor has been available to me and my child when we have had questions or needed help.
17. The School Counselor has NOT played an important role in my child's educational experience.
18. The School Counselor believes my child can succeed.
19. The School Counselor has been an effective advocate for my child.
20. My child knows his/her assigned school counselor.
21. I have a clear understanding of the school counselor's responsibilities.
22. The school counselor is knowledgeable about referral services outside of the school system.
23. Please list what you believe to be the 3-5 most important activities of the School Counselor(s).
Your answer
24. Please list the 3-5 most significant strengths that currently exist within the School Counseling Program.
Your answer
25. Please list the 3-5 most significant weaknesses that currently exist within the School Counseling Program. What would you change?
Your answer
Thank you again for taking the time to complete this survey. Please click "submit" to finish.
Adapted from the Surveys for Program Evaluation and Review, Ronald H. Fredrickson Center for School Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation (CSCORE) at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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