2018-2019

The following statements will encourage you to reflect on family issues at your school. Please rate your school in the following areas. Check your responses.

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* 1. Recognizes that all parents, regardless of income, educational level, or cultural background, want their children to do well in school and are involved in their children’s learning.

  Rarely Sometimes Regularly Always
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* 2. Supplies a written Title I parent involvement policy that is jointly developed with parents that outlines the partnership among the student, parent, and school.

  Rarely Sometimes Regularly Always
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* 3. Holds an annual meeting to inform parents of children in Title I programs about the Title I program.

  Rarely Sometimes Regularly Always
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* 4. Provides resources such as books, videos, and newsletters that help with better parent participation at home.

  Rarely Sometimes Regularly Always
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* 5. Encourages and provides opportunities for parental input into the design and development of the school-parent compact.

  Rarely Sometimes Regularly Always
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* 6. Schedules varied meeting times to accommodate parents’ work and childcare schedules.

  Rarely Sometimes Regularly Always
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* 7. Provides parents with ideas on how to help their children with homework.

  Rarely Sometimes Regularly Always
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* 8. Thinks of the community as an extension of the family.

  Rarerly Sometimes Regularly Always
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* 9. Provides opportunities for parents to have input in the operations of the school.

  Rarely Sometimes Regularly Always
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* 10. Staff sees how diversity may be used to enrich learning experiences for students.

  Rarely Sometimes Regularly Always
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* 11. Uses information from parent and family surveys to design or change school procedures and programs.

  Rarely Sometimes Regularly Always
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Please comment on each of these issues:

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* 12. I would recommend the following changes for how the school communicates with families:

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* 13. I would recommend the following changes for the Title I services my child is receiving:

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* 14. I would recommend these changes for the Title I parent involvement policy:

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* 15. Please list other ways that the district can help support you in your efforts to support your child’s academic and social success:

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* 16. Please list other comments or concerns here:

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