Academic Course Offering Survey 2019-2020

The Crestwood School District will be implementing a new secondary academic schedule for the 2019-20 school year.  The schedule will introduce new core and elective academic course offerings aligned to student needs.  In order to identify course offerings that reflect the interests and priorities of all stakeholders, the district is soliciting information from teachers, students, and parents alike.  The information ascertained from this survey will provide the district administration with vital information that will inform the selection and development of courses that will be offered in the forthcoming school year.  Your participation in this valuable process is very well appreciated  

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* 1. Identify your role within the Crestwood Learning Community.

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* 2. Identify the specific academic courses that the Crestwood School District should introduce at the Crestwood Secondary Campus for students in grades 9 through 12 for the 2019-20 school year.

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* 3. Please prioritize the types of coursework that the Crestwood School District should consider introducing to students in grades 9-12. Rank the following options from most important (top) to least important (bottom).

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* 4. The courses offered at the Crestwood Secondary Campus align with your/students' post-secondary goals.

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* 5. The Crestwood School District is proposing to implement a new secondary academic schedule whereby classes will meet for 50 minutes instead of 42 minutes. Over the course of one academic year, the increased time equates to 24 hours of additional instruction for each class within which students are enrolled. Describe your opinion of this proposed change for the 2019-2020 school year.

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* 6. For the 2019-20 school year, the Crestwood School District is proposing that students who participate in the Early College and Young Scholars' Program may be afforded with opportunities to enroll in courses on days opposite of the college classes.  Describe your opinion on the proposed change. 

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