Now that the first marking period is complete, all high school and middle school parents are invited to share their thoughts through a survey on access to technology for learning. Your responses are completely anonymous and will help make the TL2014 initiative the best it can be. Thank you for taking a few minutes of your time to participate. This survey will close on Friday, December 21.
Results from previous surveys are available above under the Assessment/Evaluation tab. The results from this survey will be shared with the school board, teachers, students and the public in late January 2013.
We are reaching out to parents asking you to take part in our parent survey that will only take 5 minutes for you to complete. Your participation is critical in helping us form a complete picture of technology use for learning in our students’ lives. All of your responses will remain anonymous to protect your privacy.
The survey will remain open through Wednesday, October 24.
Please follow the links below for your specific survey. If you have children in more than one school, you may complete the survey for each school.
Thank you for taking part in this important data gathering activity!
The results of the final survey for 2011-12 have been posted to the Assessment/Evaluation page. On this page you can access all documents related to assessment/evaluation this past school year.
If you would like to access the PDF of the latest survey results, click here.
Since the conclusion of the first marking period, parents, teachers and students in the middle and high schools were asked to provide feedback about the new Teaching & Learning 2014 (TL2014) initiative.
Part I of the survey results can be accessed at this link: TL2014 – November Survey Results. Part II results will be shared in January 2012. The perceptual data shared in Part I include the following:
- 1st Marking Period Grades
- Communication of Expectations
- Laptop Computer Use (School/Entertainment)
- Care of Laptop Computers
Part II results will include data on teaching and learning.
Speak Up is an annual national research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow. The purpose of the project is to:
- Collect and report the unfiltered feedback from students, parents and teachers on key educational issues.
- Use the data to stimulate local conversations.
- Raise national awareness about the importance of including the viewpoints of students, parents, and teachers in the education dialogue.
Survey results will be available for our use and planning purposes in February 2012. Results will be shared online and with each school.
This online survey runs through December 23, 2011. We hope you will participate in Speak Up 2009. If you have questions, feel free to contact Randy Ziegenfuss at email@example.com.
Directions for the Speak Up Survey 2011
- Visit http://www.speakup4schools.org/Speakup2011/.
- Click on the survey you would like to take: Students, Educators, Parents.
- When prompted, enter Pennsylvania as your state and type in part of your school name (not the district). Click on Find School.
- Choose your school from the list – click on the name of the school.
- The secret word is falcons. Click on Log-in.
- Read the opening welcome, then click on the Next button.
- Take the survey.
Thank you for your participation!