Windsor Terrace PTSO Parent Survey SY 19-20
Dear Families,

Help us help you get more involved in BPCS and stay up-to-date on school events and activities by filling out this survey. Let us know how we can help make our Parent-Teacher-Student Organization (PTSO) meetings more convenient and our communications easier to access. It will only take a few minutes. Thank you!
Email address *
Your Name (First & Last) *
Your answer
BPCS schools your students currently attend *
Please check all that apply!
Your current student's name (First & Last) *
If you have multiple students attending Brooklyn Prospect Charter, please enter the students attending WINDSOR TERRACE MIDDLE OR HIGH SCHOOL.
Your answer
Best phone number to reach you
Your answer
Do you read the Parent Update from the school principal? *
Do you read the biweekly email newsletter updates from the PTSO? *
If you do not read the newsletter emails from the School or PTSO, why not?
Your answer
How do you typically get information about school events? *
Please check all that apply!
How would you like to be notified about school events? *
1 (First Choice)
4 (Last Choice)
One-time Emails
Newsletter/Weekly email update
Flyers in my student's backpack
Would you like to volunteer to help out at school events or serve on any PTSO committees? *
If yes, what would you be interested in doing?
Please check all that apply!
We typically hold PTSO meetings between 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. once a month at the school. Have you ever attended a PTSO meeting at BPCS before? *
If no, why not?
Your answer
If the time of the PTSO meetings is inconvenient for you, what time would be better?
Please check all that apply!
In addition to changing the time, what are other things we can do to make attending PTSO meetings easier for you?
Please check all that apply!
At PTSO meetings, we invite experts from both inside and outside the school to talk about different topics. What topics would interest you?
Please check all that apply!
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