National PTA School of Excellence Survey-FMHS
The National PTA's School of Excellence program supports and celebrates partnerships between PTAs and schools to enrich the educational experience and overall well-being for all students. The path to excellence starts with a joint commitment of PTA and school leaders to work together to achieve PTA's National Standards for Family-School Partnerships. For more information, visit:

Your responses to this survey will help PTSA develop an action plan to improve our family-school partnerships. We’ll survey you again at the end of the school year to see if we’ve achieved our objectives.

Please respond to each question about FMHS by choosing unknown, never, sometimes, frequently, or always. Thank you so much for taking the time to respond to this survey.
Our school has friendly signs and messages in multiple languages.
Our school translates communications and provides interpreters as needed.
Our school encourages families to volunteer.
Our school shows respect to all families regardless of differences (e.g. age, gender, race, cultural background).
Our school communicates with families in multiple ways (e.g., email, phone, website).
Our school provides clear, two-way conversations about student progress or needs.
Our school helps families understand how they can support their child’s learning.
Our school involves parents in planning for student transitions (e.g. middle school, high school, post-secondary, careers).
Our school uses technology to meet the needs of today’s students.
Our school includes students as active participants in discussions of expectations and work quality (e.g. parent teacher conferences).
Our school explains the academic standards and how the curriculum is connected to those standards.
Our school informs and encourages families to advocate for students at the school, local, state or national level.
Our school listens to families’ concerns and demonstrates a genuine interest in developing solutions.
Our school provides information on family rights and responsibilities under federal and state laws.
Our school establishes policies that recognize and respect diversity (e.g. cultural, ethnic, religious, socioeconomic).
Our school considers families to be equal partners in decision making (e.g. policy, curricula, budget, safety, personnel).
Our school provides families with information on our school improvement plan.
Our school distributes information on community resources that serve the needs of families within the community.
Our school has partnerships with local businesses, community organizations and service groups to advance student learning, or assist the school or families.
Our school is a central part of the community.
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