Survey of Participants in this year's program: Parents, Participants, Volunteers, & Youth

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: If you are interrupted while completing the survey, click on "SAVE" at the bottom of the survey.  It will save your entries so far, and then you can come back and complete the survey.  Only one survey can be completed per computer (or other electronic device), so if you have only one device and more than one person, please contact Heather Cleland-Host at dre@uufom.org

Who are you? (Check all the categories that apply to you)

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* 1. Who are you? (Check all the categories that apply to you)

PROGRAM OVERVIEW: In general, how happy were you with this year's program? (Answer as a parent, volunteer, on behalf of your child, or as a youth)

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* 2. PROGRAM OVERVIEW: In general, how happy were you with this year's program? (Answer as a parent, volunteer, on behalf of your child, or as a youth)

  Stopped coming/Never again Disliked coming/unhappy Sometimes liked it & sometimes not Mostly enjoy it / Good program Eager to come / GREAT! N/A
My Child
Parent
Volunteer
Youth (Yourself)
PROGRAM GOALS: (Success in meeting RE Program Mission & Vision goals (see italics) & key focus areas).

In your personal experience this year, the RE program successfully... 

RE PROGRAM Mission & Vision: Our mission is to engage children and youth in fun and meaningful activities that help them develop a positive Unitarian Universalist religious identity, an ethical approach to life, a personal spirituality, skills to live in a world of religious diversity, and a sense of interconnectedness with all people and the entire universe. For our children and youth’s religious education program, we envision a welcoming, safe, and exciting environment in which young people develop a rooted Unitarian Universalist identity and sense of community along with a personally meaningful, vibrant spirituality. 

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* 3. PROGRAM GOALS: (Success in meeting RE Program Mission & Vision goals (see italics) & key focus areas).

In your personal experience this year, the RE program successfully... 

RE PROGRAM Mission & Vision: Our mission is to engage children and youth in fun and meaningful activities that help them develop a positive Unitarian Universalist religious identity, an ethical approach to life, a personal spirituality, skills to live in a world of religious diversity, and a sense of interconnectedness with all people and the entire universe. For our children and youth’s religious education program, we envision a welcoming, safe, and exciting environment in which young people develop a rooted Unitarian Universalist identity and sense of community along with a personally meaningful, vibrant spirituality. 

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Sometimes agree / disagree Agree Strongly Agree Don't Know
A. Provided a welcoming and safe environment
B. Created a sense of community
C. Helped develop UU identity
D. Encouraged ethical living
E. Helped develop skills for a religiously diverse world.
F. Helped develop personal spirituality.
G. Encouraged interconnectivity
H. Taught UU Principles
I. Provided age appropriate programming
J. Actively engaged children
PROGRAM SPECIFICS: How would you rate the following individual components?

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* 4. PROGRAM SPECIFICS: How would you rate the following individual components?

  Very Poor Poor Some good / some not Good Outstanding/Great Don't personally know
Nursery
Children's Sunday RE (4-10)
Jedi Academy (11-15)
Soup & Sources(Multi-Age)
Time for All Ages
December Pageant - Lorax
Multigen services (Family/ Earth Day / RE Sunday - Call to Community)
A Chosen Faith (Class with Rev. Connie - Adult)
Love Beyond Belief Workshop (Thandeka - Adult)
Got Race? (Thursday Presentation by Thandeka - Adults/Teens)
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT: How would you rate the management of the following areas?

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* 5. PROGRAM MANAGEMENT: How would you rate the management of the following areas?

  Very Poor Poor Some good / some not Good Outstanding/Great Don't personally know
Communication in General
Parental Support
Volunteer Support
Volunteer Scheduling
Curriculum Updates / Design
Social Activities
Future Directions Question: Minimal orientation/scheduling meetings were held this year.  What kinds of orientation, scheduling, or informational meetings/approaches would you be interested in seeing offered? (Choose all that would be useful)

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* 6. Future Directions Question: Minimal orientation/scheduling meetings were held this year.  What kinds of orientation, scheduling, or informational meetings/approaches would you be interested in seeing offered? (Choose all that would be useful)

  1 No value / not useful 2 Low value & useful 3 Somewhat valuable & useful 4 Valuable & Useful 5 Very valuable & useful
Parent / Teacher Orientation Meeting
Parent/Volunteer Manual
Online Self-Paced Video or Powerpoint
Field observation
Mentoring
Workshop

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