Oregon Ballet Theatre's Student Performance Series 2010-2011

OBT just presented The Sleeping Beauty to over 2300 public school and home school students! If you were among the attendees-- Thank you for taking a few minutes to complete this short survey. Your feedback is very important.
If you were not able to attend The Sleeping Beauty, your feedback is also important--we want to know why you couldn't make it. Thank you for taking this survey.

1. Did you and your students attend The Sleeping Beauty? (If no, please be sure to answer question #6 below.)

2. What grade are your students in? Check all that apply.

  K-2 3-5 6-8 9-12

3. Define your school and location? Check all that apply.

  yes no
public school
private school
home school (associated with a collective of home schools)
home school (independent-unattached to a home school group)
in North Portland
in Northeast Portland
in Northwest Portland
in Southeast Portland
in Southwest Portland
in Washington County
in Clackamas County
in another Oregon county
in southwest Washington state
Are you a Title 1 school?
Is your Free and Reduced Lunch eligibility 0- 25%
Is your Free and Reduced Lunch eligibility 26- 50%
Is your Free and Reduced Lunch eligibility 51-75%
Is your Free and Reduced Lunch eligibility 76-100%

4. How did you learn about OBT's Student Performance Series? Check all that apply.

5. Have you brought your students to Oregon Ballet Theatre's Student Performance Series in the past?

6. Please rate obstacles that impact your ability to bring students to our Student Performance Series.

  High impact moderate impact Low impact N/A
Budget cuts to arts activities.
In-school curriculum requirements that give little time for field trips.
PTA/PTO fund reductions.
Cost of transportation (school bus or public transportation.)
Access to school buses (District imposed restrictions on bus use.)
Inability to justify academic links between field trip and school curriculum.

7. Was the Study Guide a helpful resource for you?

8. Do you give opportunity for student reflection after the ballet either in written or conversational form?

9. Overall, how would you describe the performance's effect on your students?

10. Thank you for filling out this survey! If you would like to enter your name in a drawing for a pair of free Nutcracker tickets, please include your name and email address here.