2017-2018 Federal Programs Survey for Certified Staff. Your survey responses will be strictly confidential. Thank you very much for your time and support.

* 1. Date this survey was completed:

Date

* 2. I am completing this survey for:

* 3. I have read and understand the parent-school compact.

* 4. I am aware that parents have the right to request the qualifications of teachers.

* 5. I have read and understand the school and district Parent Involvement Policy.

* 6. I attended this school's annual Title I Meeting.

* 7. I feel that the school provides opportunities for parents to become involved in their child's education.

* 8. I feel comfortable at school.

* 9. This school uses a variety of ways to communicate with parents and community members regarding student progress and school events.

* 10. Each child receives a high quality education at this school.

* 11. This school involves parents in the decision making process.

* 12. Flexible times are provided to allow parents to attend school functions and meet with teachers.

* 13. This school prepares students to deal with issues and problems they will face in the future.

* 14. Students see a relationship between what they are learning and their everyday lives.

* 15. Teachers use a variety of teaching strategies to help students learn.

* 16. Teachers give students extra help when it is needed.

* 17. This school recognizes the achievements of all students.

* 18. Teachers provide feedback and opportunities to help students improve their learning.

* 19. Staff members display a caring attitude toward students.

* 20. Students feel safe at this school.

* 21. Tobacco, alcohol, and drugs are a problem in our school.

* 22. Violence and weapons are a problem in our school.

* 23. School rules and discipline procedures are clearly communicated to students and parents, and consistently enforced.

* 24. Students and staff demonstrate mutual respect.

* 25. Students have at least one adult in this school they can turn to for help academically.

* 26. Students have at least one adult in this school they can turn to for help socially.

The following are in reference to all Federal Programs currently being implemented in our district: Title I - a program designed to help students meet the state benchmarks in reading, mathematics and language arts; Title II - a program designed to reduce the number of students per class and provide professional development for teachers;

* 27. In your opinion, funds provided by Title I and Title II, should be used to (mark all that apply):

* 28. Do you have any suggestions/comments that you feel would help improve Title I and Title II programs at this school?

* 29. Do you have any suggestions/comments that you think would help improve parent involvement at this school.

* 30. What kind of professional development would YOU like to see being offered by the school district.

The following questions are intended to measure the climate of your child's school and the district. School climate can be defined as the impressions, beliefs and expectations about a school and the learning. Some elements of the school climate include safety, trust, respect, fairness, high expectations, and a welcoming environment. Results of this survey will be used to identify strengths and areas that need improvement in regards to the climate of schools in the District.

* 31. Students and staff demonstrate high levels of respect for one another.

* 32. Most of the staff has a high level of trust and respect in parents.

* 33. The majority of students feel valued and listened to.

* 34. I feel valued and listened to.

* 35. Classrooms are positive places where teachers maintain a positive atmosphere.

* 36. The teachers successfully create a sense of community in their classes.

* 37. Students learn to work together in the classroom.

* 38. The school recognizes and respects cultures reflected in the school make up.

* 39. Students speak about the school in proud, positive terms.

* 40. The school is an extension of the family.

* 41. The school is an important/active part of the community.

* 42. The school is in tune with students and the community.

* 43. I feel comfortable coming to school.

* 44. The school is perceived as welcoming to all.

* 45. There is open and honest communication among staff, students and parents.

* 46. Parents and community members have the opportunity to learn about what students are doing/learning in school other than report cards that are sent home.

* 47. Students have access to the same level of education as other children in other schools in this district and surrounding school districts.

* 48. Students have access to extra curricular activities such as band, sports, drama, etc.

* 49. The school has an excellent learning environment.

* 50. The school has a good public image.

* 51. The school district has a good public image.

* 52. Overall, the school performs well academically.

* 53. Teachers helps others help children learn at home.

* 54. Teachers care about students as individuals.

* 55. I respect the school's teachers.

* 56. I respect the school's administrators.

* 57. The school board listens to staff members.

* 58. I am proud of my school.

* 59. I am proud of the school district.

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