Union High School Title 1Parental Involvement Survey
Union High School is a Title 1 school. The U.S. Department of Education provides supplemental funding to local districts to meet the needs of at-risk and low-income students. The focus of our Title 1 program is to help eligible students meet the same academic achievement standards expected of all children regardless of their socioeconomic status and background. Please take a moment to complete our survey. The following survey is confidential and will be used to assist us with future planning for parental involvement activities and events here at Union High School. We appreciate your feedback and thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. "Together we achieve".
Please select any of the following that would help you participate more often in school functions, activities, and planning events?
Events/meeting reminders one week before the event
Meeting/activities offered at various times
When is the best time for you to attend a school event for parents?
Which of the following would prevent your child from being able to participate in after-school functions/activities?
Time of events
Do you have internet access?
How would you like to receive information from your child's school? (Check all that apply)
Letters/flyers sent home with child?
How often do you visit our school website?
Once or twice a year
Every few months
Weekly or more
What is the primary language spoken in your home?
What types of training or programs to improve student academic achievement would you be likely to participate in if they were offered by the school?
Educational parent workshop or classes
Parent meeting or presentations
Online parent classes or webinar presentations
School decision making committees or councils
Workshops and events may be offered at the school based on the needs and interests of our parents. Please review the following list of potential workshop topics and select the ones that interest you the most.
Attendance matters! Engaging parents, students, and staff in your attendance campaign
Bullying-Engaging parents, students, and staff in your anti-bullying program
Supporting Common Core State Standards: Family engagement for student success
Homework & Study Skills: Engaging parents to support student learning
Ways busy parents can help children succeed
Please describe any hobbies, talents, interest, or work experiences that you could share with the parents, staff, or students at your child's school
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