2017-18 Parent Title 1 Survey

 Please take a moment to complete this parent survey about our Parent Involvement Program and the School Compact.  We will use your feedback to make changes and revisions for the 2017-2018 school year.  Return the survey to the school by March 15, 2017.


1. How important is parent involvement to a student’s academic success?

                Not Important                   Somewhat Important                    Important                           Very Important


2.  Does the school give you opportunities to be involved in your child’s education?

                Yes                                         No


3.  Do you feel welcome at your child’s school?

                Yes                                         No


4.  During this school year, how often have you visited your child’s school?

                Never                   Once or twice                    Every few months                           Monthly                               Weekly or more


5.  When is the best time for you to attend a school event for parents?

                 Before school                   During lunch                       Before lunch                      After lunch                         In the evening


6.  Did you participate in the following parent activities and opportunities for parental engagement and partnership? 

(Check all that apply)

                Parent Involvement surveys


                 Parent Advisory Council (PAC)

                Parent Teacher Conferences                     

                Annual Title I Parent Conference

                Educational/Informational Parent meetings

                 Revising of the Parent Involvement Plan and Parent/School /Teacher Compact?

                Open House

                Volunteer Opportunities


7.  Do you receive written communication from the school in a format and language that is understandable?

                Yes                                         No         


8.  How confident are you about your understanding of the content that your child is taught in the classroom, and what your child is expected to know by the end of the school year?

                Not at all                              Somewhat                          Confident                            Very Confident  


9.  What are the best ways for you to provide input regarding your child’s school? (Check all that apply)

                Attend meetings              Phone call                           Email                     Complete survey online                               

Complete and return a paper survey


10.  In your opinion, what barriers prevent parents from participating in more Parent Involvement activities at the school?  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

11. What ways can parental involvement be strengthened at your child’s school?



12.  What can we do to support you to ensure your child graduates and receives a high school diploma?



13.  How would you like to see parental involvement funds used?

       a) Provide academic materials for parents

       b) Fund a parent resource center

       c) Provide transportation assistance for parents to attend Title I events at the school

       d) Fund technology resources at the school to support parental involvement

       e) Other (please provide suggestions)_________________________________________________________



14.  Did you sign a School Compact at the beginning of the school year?


                Yes                         No


15.  How often do teachers communicate with you about your child’s progress?  (Report cards, progress reports, phone calls, email, conferences, etc.)

                Never                   Sometimes                         Regularly


16.    The following are parent responsibilities listed on the compact.  Check all the items that you have been able to complete so far this school year?

Use the weekly folder to discuss my child’s learning goals and use the teacher’s information to support my child’s learning at home.

                Post new words on our “word wall” and remember to use them in conversations and stories.

                Read with my child every day.

                Use the math goals and related games or strategies the teacher sends home to improve my child’s place value,

               fluency, and measurement skills.


17.  What is the most difficult part of math for your child?




18.  What is the most difficult part of reading for your child?


                                                                                                                                                                Thank You for your Input!