Please complete one survey per child of your family that attends The Nekoosa School District.

Your participation in this survey will help us make our schools better!  Please indicate the degree to which you agree with the following statements about the school environment.  Your responses are completely anonymous, therefore, please be as candid as possible. 

Thank you.

* 1. What school does your child attend?

* 2. The Nekoosa School District has high standards for my child's academic achievement.

* 3. The Nekoosa School District is a caring and nurturing place.

* 4. I have opportunities for involvement at my child's school.

* 5. Overall, my child's school is a good place to learn.

* 6. The Nekoosa School District does a good job of teaching my child soft skills (e.g. communication, problem solving, teamwork, life learning, leadership).

* 7. The Nekoosa School District does a good job of teaching my child academics.

* 8. My child has a close relationship with at least one adult in the school they attend.

* 9. I feel welcome to visit my child's classroom at any time.

* 10. I have had the opportunity to visit my child's classroom while class is in session.

* 11. I would like to be invited to class sessions and/or special presentations of my child's work?

* 12. Overall, I am satisfied with my child's academic progress.

* 13. I am satisfied with my child's education at The Nekoosa School District.

* 14. In general, I am aware of what my child is learning in the classroom.

* 15. In general, I have a good sense of how my child is progressing in the classroom.

* 16. In general, I am aware of my child's important project due dates and other classroom related milestones.

* 17. Thinking about the communication you receive how would you rate the ease of access you have to information about:

  5 Highest Rating - Very easy to get access 4 3 2 1 Lowest Rating - Getting this access is very difficult
School events:  dates, locations, times, etc.
District events:  dates, locations, times, etc.
Curriculum:  what is taught
General issues affecting the whole school
General issues affecting the whole school district

* 18. Thinking about the district as a whole, please rank order the following methods of communication from the one you consult most often for district news (1) to the one you consult least often for district news (7).  If you never consult one or more of these sources, please leave that line blank.  Your answers will help us determine where you turn must often so that we can focus our attention to better meet your communication preferences.

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