MCS CTE Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment (CLNA) Parent Survey SY 2023-2024
Dear Parent:

Our district is in the process of completing a Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment in Career and Technical Education for Monroe County Schools. Parents play a vital role in their child's academic, intellectual, social, and emotional growth. Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses are predominately project-based classes where students learn by doing. Students can potentially earn professional certifications, where they can prepare for direct entry into careers or educational programs after high school graduation. Providing your feedback will help to improve our CTE program.
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Parent email address: *
Your student's grade level: *
1. From what source do you get most of your information about our Career and Technical Education programs? *
2. Are you currently aware of the Career and Technical Education Courses and Pathways of Study offered at your child’s high school? (Business, Structural Systems , Welding , Agriculture, Auto, Nursing) A complete list with the instructor is available on the school website. *
3. Are we offering programs/courses in which your student (s) are choosing to enroll? *
4. Are your student (s) wishing to enroll in CTE programs but are unable to do so? *
5. Is career information provided to you ( parents ) verbally or non-verbally? *
6. Are parents made aware of extended learning opportunities such as Work-based Learning, Career and Technical Student Organizations, Industry Certifications and Dual Enrollment Opportunities? *
7. Are students allowed the opportunity to participate in extended learning activities such as career fairs, guest speakers, industry and post-secondary tours? *
8. List all barriers that  prevent your student(s) from enrolling in CTE Programs. *
9. How can we communicate with parents about CTE programs more effectively? *
Which school does your student(s) attend? *
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