Community Survey
(Residents without children in the public schools)

The Ossining School District is gathering information that will contribute to the development of strategic goals which will guide the district’s work in the next three to five years.  As a community member who does not currently have children in the PK-12 public schools, please share your responses to the following statements and questions by November 24th. Your thoughtful, anonymous responses will help inform our work and will be greatly appreciated.

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* 1. I value the importance of excellent public education in Ossining.

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* 2. I am pleased by the public information of student success and the data on student achievement.

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* 3. If I want to express a concern or raise a question about Ossining's public schools, I can easily and comfortably do so.

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* 4. As the parent of a Ossining graduate, I am pleased with the education my child received.

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* 5. I am aware of the ways in which I can support the students and schools via my time, my resources, and/or my expertise.

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* 6. If I were to speak to a new or prospective neighbor about the Ossining School District, I would be able to express confidence, pride, and enthusiasm.

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* 7. Information about Ossining's school programs, budget, and student achievement is easily accessible.

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* 8. A clear and valued partnership exists between the greater community and the school district.

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* 9. I believe that students graduating in 2021 and beyond will need to have the following top three skills in order to be successful and content in our world:

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* 10. If I were determining the priority goals for the district's next three years of work, I would focus on:

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* 11. If your child lived or lives in Ossining but did not or does not attend the public schools, please share your response to this question:
I chose/choose for my child to attend schools other than the Ossining public schools for the following reasons:

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