EEU Equity Team Family Survey
Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your family.
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How many of your children attend the EEU?
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What is the primary language spoken in your home?
Which category best describes where you live? [check all that apply]
Which categories describe how you identify? [check all that apply]
How do you get information about different ways to be involved at the EEU? [check all that apply]
Have you attended any of these family events? [check all that apply]
How do you prefer to get information about what your child is learning and doing at school? [check all that apply]
Who would you speak to if you had concerns about your child? [check all that apply]
Please choose the response that best represents how you feel about the questions below.
Not at all
A little bit
Some
Quite a bit
A lot
How welcome do you feel when you visit the EEU?
How much do you think the EEU values the diversity of children’s backgrounds?
How much do you think the EEU respects your child and family?
How much do you think the EEU values safety for all families and children?
Please choose the response that best describes how you feel about the items below.
Almost Never
Once or twice per year
Every few months
Monthly
Weekly or more
How often do you meet in person with teachers or staff at the EEU?
How involved have you been with a parent group(s) at the EEU?
In the past year how often have you visited the EEU?
In the past year how often have you discussed your child’s school with other parents from school?
In the past year, how often have you helped out at your child’s school?
How much of a problem are each of the following factors when you are attending EEU events or communicating with EEU staff?
Not a problem at all
Small problem
Medium problem
Large Problem
Very Large Problem
Childcare needs
Transportation-related challenges
How busy your schedule is
School staff seem too busy
You feel unsure about how to communicate with the school
The school provides little information about involvement opportunities
The school is not welcoming to parents
The school does not communicate well with people from your culture
You do not feel a sense of belonging with your child’s school community
Negative memories of your own school experience
You worry that the adults at the school will treat your child differently if you raise a concern
The school is too sensorially overwhelming and stimulating for you, your child, or a family member.
The school is challenging to physically access (ie. wheelchair accessibility)
The EEU is not welcoming to people of my faith and/or belief system
The EEU is not welcoming to my gender identity
The EEU is not welcoming to people of my sexual orientation
The EEU is not welcoming to people of my race
The EEU is not welcoming to people of my ethnicity
The EEU is not welcoming to my mental health needs
The EEU is not welcoming to families with my total household income
How interested are you in participating in the following activities?
Not at all interested
Not very interested
Neutral
Somewhat interested
Very interested
Not now, maybe in the future
EEU social events for families (potlucks, park play dates, etc.)
Community events attended by EEU staff/families (e.g., Buddy Walk, school board meetings, etc.)
Learning/information opportunities (parenting classes, Family Support Nights, etc.)
EEU Family Council or other school committees
School cleanup or school improvement projects
Contributing a professional service or skill (e.g., building a structure for the school, offering a training in your area of expertise)
Working on tasks/projects for the EEU at home (e.g., filling envelopes, creating decorations for the auction, making blankets for classroom break areas, etc.)
Translating written materials at the EEU into a different language
Volunteering in your child's classroom
Please choose the response that best describes how you feel about the items below.
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
Not sure/Not applicable
My child’s teachers and therapists get in touch with me regularly (with letters, e-mails, phone calls, in-person conversations, etc.).
When I have a question or a comment about my child, teachers and staff respond quickly.
EEU teachers and staff ask me about my child’s interests, strengths, and learning style.
EEU teachers and staff ask me what I want my child to learn.
EEU teachers and staff want me to be involved in my child’s education.
I feel comfortable sharing my opinion and knowledge with EEU teachers and staff.
I get information about skills and topics that are being taught in my child’s classroom.
I regularly get information about my child’s progress and what my child is learning.
Information that I get about my child’s learning (at conferences, in progress reports, during IEP/IFSP meetings, in person) is easy for me to read and understand.
It’s easy for me to get an interpreter or written documents translated into my preferred language if I want them.
I know what will happen during home visits, parent conferences, IEP meetings, or IFSP meetings.
Teachers and staff at the EEU help me understand educational policies and my rights as a parent/caregiver.
I can communicate with my child’s teachers in ways that are a “good fit” for my culture and personal preferences.
I get important information in advance, so that I have time to organize my thoughts before phone conversations or meetings
What could EEU staff do differently to help you feel more comfortable sharing questions, concerns, or suggestions related to your child’s learning? (Please, answer in the language you feel most comfortable expressing your ideas)
What makes you feel welcome or respected at the EEU? What could we change to make you feel more welcome or valued? (Please, answer in the language you feel most comfortable expressing your ideas)
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