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* 1. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. We value your feedback. Please know all responses are anonymous, unless you choose to provide your name at the end.

What grade is your child in?

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* 2. Is your child currently in Title I with Mrs. Keller?

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* 3. Does your child like to read?

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* 4. What does your child like to read? (Check all that apply.)

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* 5. What type of books does your child enjoy the most?

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* 6. What types of reading difficulty does your child experience (Check all that apply.)

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* 7. Does your child read at home? If yes, please indicate the average number of minutes your child spends reading each night.

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* 8. Is your child experiencing academic growth as a result of the Accelerated Reader (AR) program?

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* 9. Would you be interested in attending meetings/workshops to learn how to support your child's reading development at home?

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* 10. Are you aware that BMS has a Parent Resource Center (PRC) with various materials in every reading skill area that can be signed out and taken home?

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* 11. Do you have any suggestions as to how the school can make reading more interesting/enjoyable for children?

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* 12. Please choose the response that is most accurate for each statement.

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My child has made good progress in reading this year.
I am provided with useful information about my child's progress in reading.
Reading is an important subject for my child.
My child is able to read at home at or above his/her grade level with little difficulty and excellent comprehension.
Our family values the importance of reading for overall academic success.
I feel comfortable contacting my child's teacher if I have a concern about his/her reading progress. 
My child's English Language Arts teacher is able to provide me with strategies and information to improve my child's reading abilities.
When my child needs extra help in reading, the Title I reading specialist (Mrs. Keller) is available to assist him/her.
The instruction my child receives from the Title I reading specialist is targeting my child's reading weaknesses and his/her skills are improving.
My child's reading instruction is interesting, diverse, and geared to his/her strengths and weaknesses.
My child's reading needs are being met at school. 

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* 13. Additional Comments

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* 14. Name of parent / guardian completing survey. (OPTIONAL)

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