Assessing our Catholic Schools & the Reality of Families in our Diocese

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* 2. Do have children between the ages of 3 and 17 living with you at home, full-time?

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* 3. Are you satisfied with your child(ren)'s current school?  Why or why not?

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* 4. Do you live within driving distance to any of the Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Las Cruces? (Check all that Apply)

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* 5. If the closest Catholic school is an hour drive from you, would you consider sending your child(ren) if there was an option to carpool with other parents or if the school provided transportation? (Check all that Apply)

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* 6. If you have children who have graduated from a Catholic School in the Diocese of Las Cruces, how well were they prepared for high school and/or college?

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* 7. Do your children attend one of our Catholic Schools?

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* 8. Below are some reasons that parents might send their child to a catholic school. How much do you agree or disagree with each as a reason to send a child to a Catholic school

  Strongly Agree  Somewhat Agree Somewhat Disagree Strongly Disagree Neutral
Academic Excellence
Catholic Faith Formation
Catholic Values
Discipline
Location
Safe Environment
Prepares them for college
Provides skills needed in the job market

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* 9. Below are some reasons that parents might NOT send their child to a catholic school. How much do you agree or disagree with each as a reason to NOT send a child to a Catholic school

  Strongly Agree Somewhat Agree Somewhat Disagree Strongly Disagree Neutral
Tuition Costs
The Economy
Limited or no Extra-curricular Activities
Total Number of Students in School
There is not a school within a reasonable distance 
Catholic Education is not Important
Catholic Schools are only for the Wealthy
Lack of quality academics
Lack of technology

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* 10. If a Catholic school is struggling financially, what options do you think should be considered?

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