LCAP 2017 Community/Parent English

* 1. Are you male or female?

* 2. What is your ethnicity? You may mark one or more options

* 3. My student(s) is/are in the following grade in the TUHS District. Mark all that apply.

How strongly do you agree or disagree with the following statements about this school? Mark One Response

Throughout the survey, "This school" means activities happening in school buildings, on school grounds, on school buses, and at places that hold school-sponsored events or activities. Unless otherwise specified, this refers to normal school hours or to times when school activities/events were in session.

* 4. Instructional materials (e.g., textbooks, handouts) are provided which reflect student’s cultural background, ethnicity, and identity.

* 5. The practices of all cultures are respected.

* 6. Students are encouraged to take challenging classes no matter their race, ethnicity, nationality, and/or cultural background (e.g. College Prep., Honors level courses, AP, or Dual Enrollment).

* 7. Our District schools communicate the importance of respecting all students.

* 8. My student feels he/she belongs at their school.

* 9. I feel welcomed at my student’s school.

* 10. I am encouraged to be an active partner in educating my student.

* 11. This school has quality programs for my student's talents, gifts, or special needs.

* 12. The school promptly responds to my phone calls, messages, or e-mails.

* 13. The staff really cares about my student.

* 14. My student is safe at school.

* 15. Physical and / or verbal conflict among students is a problem at school.

This question is about bullying. Bullying happens when one or more students tease, threaten, spread rumors about, hit, shove or hurt another student. It is not bullying when students of about the same strength or power argue or fight or tease each other in a friendly way. Bullies are usually stronger, or have more friends or more money, or some other power over the student being bullied. Usually, bullying happens over and over, or the student being bullied thinks it might happen over and over.

* 16. Bullying of students at school or school activities is a problem.

This question is about cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Examples of cyberbullying include mean text messages or emails, rumors sent by email or posted on social networking sites, and embarrassing pictures, videos, websites, or fake profiles.

* 17. Bullying of students, via electronic means or devices, is a problem at school.

Drugs means any substance, including those used to get “high” or increase performance in school or sports, other than alcohol or tobacco. Examples include marijuana, illegal drugs, inhalants, synthetic drugs used to get high (K-2, bath salts, white lightning), or over-the-counter medicine. This does not include medications prescribed by doctor or nurse for the person, but includes prescription drugs that are NOT prescribed to the person by his/her doctor.

* 18. How much of a problem is student drug use at school?

How strongly do you agree or disagree with the following statements about this school? Mark One Response

* 19. The school notifies parents or guardians effectively in the case of a school-wide emergency.

* 20. The school takes effective measures to ensure the safety of students.

* 21. The school buildings are clean and well-maintained.

* 22. Attending school every day is important for my student to do well in his/her classes.

* 23. The school has high expectations for students.

* 24. The school sees me as a partner in my student's education.

* 25. My student's teachers respond to my questions and/or concerns.

* 26. The programs and resources at this school are adequate to support student’s academic achievement.

* 27. The school communicates school policies and procedures clearly to parents or guardians.

* 28. School rules are applied equally to all students.

* 29. How many times have you logged into  Mycats?

* 30. If not using Mycats,why?

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