Please participate in The Family Engagement Survey.
Each school will have its own survey with questions that are unique to
that school, along with questions that focus more broadly on
district-wide matters. Each school
has its own password for the online survey.
You will get a letter from your children’s school or
schools that will include the password.
Elementary families -- Please
watch your child's backpack for a letter from school that will
include your password. You also can follow the link to your school
below to download your principal's letter.
Middle- and high-school families
-- A letter with your school's password is being mailed home. Please
watch for it during the holiday break. You
also can follow the link to your school below to download your
You also can pick up a paper
copy of the survey at your children’s schools.
The survey will be open through Jan. 18. Each
survey is also available in our top five languages other than English
– Arabic, Burmese, Karen, Pashtu and Spanish. All versions of the survey
can be accessed from the individual school pages below:
The survey is easy to complete – just click on the
school link, enter the password and begin.
The survey has 25 questions that are rated on a five-part scale.
There also are three open questions for you to offer your
comments. All survey responses are
anonymous; respondents are not identified.
We ask that there be one survey per household (if you
have students in more than on school, then one survey per household for
each of your children’s schools).
We also will ask all of our staff and our students in
grades 3-12 to complete similar surveys. This will allow us to have a
comprehensive database important for our planning.
We appreciate your help in providing this meaningful
feedback. If there are questions or if you need clarification, please
contact our Office of Curriculum and Instruction at (518) 475-6060.
Parents and guardians are such an important part of what we do,
and we are grateful to you for taking the time to respond. We look
forward to your input.
Kaweeda G. Adams