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Middle School Title I Parent Involvement Survey Template
This template is one of four different surveys developed by the 2013 State Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Council with assistance
from the Georgia Department of Education’s (GaDOE) Parent Engagement Program. Local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools
may use this template to guide them in meeting the compliance requirements of Section 1118(a)(2)(E). Each sample survey provided
by the GaDOE may contain questions that are more or less suitable to address the needs of different LEAs and/or schools; therefore, it
is highly encouraged that LEAs and schools review all surveys and select the best questions to guide the development of a survey that
is suited to individual objectives and needs.
Dear Parents/Guardians,
As partners in your child’s education, your input is valued. Please take a few minutes to respond to this brief parent survey. This
information will be used to help evaluate and strengthen parental involvement within our school. All surveys may be returned to
(faculty/staff member) in the (location), mailed to (school name and address), or completed online at (website).
School Environment
1. How welcome does the school staff at your child’s school make you feel?
Not at all
Minimally
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
2. How often do you participate in school events because your child encourages you to be involved?
Not at all
Minimally
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
3. In the past year, how often have you visited your child’s school?
Never
Once or twice
Every few months
Monthly
Weekly or more
4. In the past year, how often did you participate in a parental involvement activity, event, or program at your child’s school?
Never
Once or twice
Every few months
Monthly
Weekly or more
5. In the past year, how often have you talked with the school about how they can help your child learn?
Never
Once or twice
Every few months
Monthly
Weekly or more
6. Please check any of the following that would help you participate more often in school functions, activities, and planning
events?
___ Transportation provided
___ Child care provided
___ Event/Meeting reminders one week before the event
___ Meetings/Activities offered more than once
___ Meetings/Activities offered at various times
___ Other (Please describe):_______________________
___ Meetings/Activities held in community locations other than the school
7. When is the best time for you to attend a school event for parents?
___ Before school (M-f)
___ Evenings (M-F)
___ During school, before lunch (M-F)
___ Saturday
___ During school, after lunch (M-F)
___ Preferred day/time (please indicate):_______________________________
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
May 2013 - Page 1 of 4
Middle School Title I Parent Involvement Survey Template
This template is one of four different surveys developed by the 2013 State Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Council with assistance
from the Georgia Department of Education’s (GaDOE) Parent Engagement Program. Local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools
may use this template to guide them in meeting the compliance requirements of Section 1118(a)(2)(E). Each sample survey provided
by the GaDOE may contain questions that are more or less suitable to address the needs of different LEAs and/or schools; therefore, it
is highly encouraged that LEAs and schools review all surveys and select the best questions to guide the development of a survey that
is suited to individual objectives and needs.
Dear Parents/Guardians,
As partners in your child’s education, your input is valued. Please take a few minutes to respond to this brief parent survey. This
information will be used to help evaluate and strengthen parental involvement within our school. All surveys may be returned to
(faculty/staff member) in the (location), mailed to (school name and address), or completed online at (website).
School Environment
1. How welcome does the school staff at your child’s school make you feel?
Not at all
Minimally
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
2. How often do you participate in school events because your child encourages you to be involved?
Not at all
Minimally
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
3. In the past year, how often have you visited your child’s school?
Never
Once or twice
Every few months
Monthly
Weekly or more
4. In the past year, how often did you participate in a parental involvement activity, event, or program at your child’s school?
Never
Once or twice
Every few months
Monthly
Weekly or more
5. In the past year, how often have you talked with the school about how they can help your child learn?
Never
Once or twice
Every few months
Monthly
Weekly or more
6. Please check any of the following that would help you participate more often in school functions, activities, and planning
events?
___ Transportation provided
___ Child care provided
___ Event/Meeting reminders one week before the event
___ Meetings/Activities offered more than once
___ Meetings/Activities offered at various times
___ Other (Please describe):_______________________
___ Meetings/Activities held in community locations other than the school
7. When is the best time for you to attend a school event for parents?
___ Before school (M-f)
___ Evenings (M-F)
___ During school, before lunch (M-F)
___ Saturday
___ During school, after lunch (M-F)
___ Preferred day/time (please indicate):_______________________________
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
May 2013 - Page 1 of 4
8. Overall, how much do you feel your child’s school values parent input?
Not at all
Minimally
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
Communication
9. Do you know with whom to communicate at your child’s school when you have a question or concern?
Not at all
Minimally
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
10. How often does your child’s school provide you with information about ways to be involved in the education of my child?
Not at all
Minimal
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
11. How often have you had opportunities to visit with your child’s teachers to discuss your child’s progress throughout the
school year?
Not at all
Minimal
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
12. In the past year, how often did you communicate with teachers at your child’s school?
Never
Once or twice
Every few months
Monthly
Weekly or more
13. In your opinion, how effective are the following when it comes to the school communicating with you or your family?
Not Effective
Effective
Very Effective
Parent meetings (open house, curriculum night, etc.)
Parent/Teacher Conferences
Newsletters (link on schools website)
Automated calls from the school
Email
School website
Flyers sent home with your child
14. What are the best ways for you to provide input regarding your child’s school? (Please check all that apply)
____ Attend meetings
_____ Complete survey online
____ Phone call
_____ Complete and return a paper survey
____ Email
_____ Send a note to the school
15. Do you have difficulties with any of the following?
Yes
No
Understanding school policies
Accessing the school web page
Accessing the Parent Portal (if applicable)
If yes, please provide specifics: ________________________________________________________
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
May 2013 - Page 2 of 4
16. How many times per month do you access the school website? __ 0-5 __ 6-10 __ 10 or more
Student Achievement
17. How clear is your understanding of the programs and courses that are offered for your child?
Not at all
Minimal
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
18. I am informed as to how my child is doing academically in school.
Not at all
Minimally
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
19. In the past year, how often have you talked with the school about ways that you can help your child’s learning at home?
Never
Once or twice
Every few months
Monthly
Weekly or more
20. How many times per month do you access your child’s grades online? __ 0-5 __ 6-10 __ 10 or more
21. How many times per month do you initiate the use of interactive study tools with your child?
(Flash cards, online resources, etc.) __ 0-5 __ 6-10 __ 10 or more
22. How confident are you in your ability to support your child’s learning at home?
Not at all
Minimally
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
23. Workshops and events may be offered at the school based on the needs and interests of our parents. Please review the
following list of potential workshop topics and rank them in the order of what interests you the most. (1 = Most Interested,
8 = Least Interested)
___ Homework help workshop
___ Math-Science Night
___ Organization and study skills workshop
___ Reading Night
___ Understanding the CRCT workshop
___ Social Studies Night
___ CCGPS: Understanding what my child is learning in school
___ Understanding career pathways
24. What types of training or programs to improve student academic achievement would you be likely to participate in if they
were offered by the school? Please check all that apply.
___ Educational parent workshops or classes
___ Lunch n learn sessions
___ Parent meetings or presentations
___ Online parent classes or webinar presentations
___ School decision making committees or councils
___ Family fun learning nights
___ Volunteering
___ Mentoring
Advocacy
25. How confident are you in your ability to help your child make choices about programs and courses he/she needs to take?
Not at all
Minimally
Quite a bit
A tremendous amount
26. In the past year, how often have you given advice to the school?
Never
Once or twice
Every few months
Monthly
Weekly or more
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
May 2013 - Page 3 of 4
27. Did you participate in any of the following decision-making opportunities requiring parental input and partnership?
(Check all that apply)
___ Title I Program planning and evaluation
___ Development of school parent involvement plan
___ Development of school-parent compact
___ Development of flexible learning program
___ Parent advisory committees/councils
___ Parent-Teacher conferences
If so, which did you find most meaningful and enjoyable to be a part of?
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
If you did not participate in any, why not? _____________________________________________________________________
Would you be interested in participating in the future? ___________________________________________________________
28. How well do you feel that the school’s parent involvement policy and plan provides opportunities for effective involvement
of parents to support student academic achievement?
Not well at all
Mildly well
Fairly well
Quite well
Extremely well
-
At home?
Yes
No
-
At school?
Yes
No
29. Our school is required to set aside a percentage of the Title I money we receive for parental involvement activities to actively
engage parents in the academic achievement of their children. In the past, money has been spent to provide the school with a
Parent Involvement Coordinator position and to fund the Parent Resource Center. What are your suggestions for how Title I
parental involvement money should be spent?
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
30. What support do you need from the school to ensure your child moves from one grade to the next?
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
31. How can our school improve on actively involving parents and community members in the activities of our school to increase
student academic achievement?
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
32. Please list any possible community organizations and/or businesses that you feel would be ideal school partners:
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
33. What grade is your child in? ________________
34. What is the primary language spoken in your home? __________________________
35. What is your relationship to your child? ________________
Thank you for taking the time to complete this very important survey. Your feedback is greatly valued and sincerely appreciated.
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
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