"We are conducting this survey as part of a nationwide study that measures and compares a variety of factors across the school district," the district said on its website, adding the survey is "part of our efforts to improve every aspect of our school district."
The survey, which will be administered during the school day between Monday, March 3 and Friday, March 7, will measure student engagement and satisfaction "and is an important measurement in determining potential areas of improvement. "
Themes addressed on the survey include:
- School climate
- Positive relationships
- Voice and choice
- Feedback and goal setting
- Engaged learning
- Flexible teaching styles
Survey results will be shared with the Board of Education and made available to the public this spring.