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Choctaw County Elementary school
CHOCTAW COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
SOUTHERN CHOCTAW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SOUTHERN CHOCTAW HIGH SCHOOL
2017 SPRING PARENT SURVEY
School Social Worker
Lee v. Macon
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Choctaw County Elementary
Southern Choctaw Elementary
Choctaw County High
Southern Choctaw High
CHOCTAW COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
2017 Spring Parent Survey
Do you feel welcome in your child’s school?
Does your school encourage you to be involved in your child’s education?
Do you know your school’s academic goals and how you can be involved?
Did you participate in any of the following activities offered this year? Check All that apply.
Annual Meeting of Title I Parents
Parent Advisory Committees/Councils
Title I Program Planning/Evaluation
Explanation of State Standards/Curriculum
Development of Parent Involvement Plan
Observing in your Child's Classroom
Development of School-Parent Compact
Volunteering in Your Child's Classroom
Parent Orientation Day
Parent Chat Session
Senior Transcript Checkpoint
Financial Workshop for Juniors & Seniors
Did you participate in any of the sessions that explained testing? Check all that apply.
Did you participate in any of the technogoly workshops this year? Check all that apply.
INOW Home Portal
ACCESS Distance Learning
Microsoft IT Academy
List any additional activities you would like to see offered for parents in the space below.
Do you know about volunteer work you can do at school?
Do you know how you can be involved in school planning/review committees?
Do you know what it means to be a Title I School?
Do you know how additional help with reading and/or mathematics is given to students through the Title I program?
Do you know what your child should know and be able to do in reading and mathematics for his/her grade level? (Academic Content Standards)
Do you understand your child’s report card?
Do you understand your child’s test scores? Check the box for scores you understand.
Does the Title I School-Parent Compact help to remind you about things you can do to help your child do better in school?
Title I, of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 asks that extra academic help be provided beyond the school day. If additional help is provided, which of the following services would you want your child to attend? Check all that apply.
Do you have internet access in your home?
What is the best way for the school to share information about your child and school activities? Check all that apply
School Messenger (School Call Outs)
Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
Can you reach your child’s classroom teacher(s) to discuss your child’s performance?
Do you feel that teachers in the school are interested and cooperative when you discuss your child’s academic progress and/or other concerns?
Check any of the following items that would help you attend Title I Activities:
Calendar of Events Sent Home Regularly
Child Care available at the School during the Meeting
Different Location than the School
Did you receive a copy of the following documents this year? Check all that apply.
The District's Parental Involvement Plan
Your School's Parental Involvement Plan
The School-Parent Compact
Do you know about the school’s extra services (for example, counseling, and speech therapy)?
Do you know about the school’s referral program to community services outside of the school? (Such services may be adult literacy programs, social services, health services, GED, etc.)
Do you have comments/concerns about the Title I Program or the Parental Involvement Program in your child’s school?
Grades of children:
Race/Ethnicity (Select all applicable):
American Indian or Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
Hispanic or Latino