Parent Satisfaction Survey
Friday, 07 November 2008 21:20
Priority: To have high levels of satisfaction among students, parents, staff and community.
Indicators: Parent Survey, given by District #41
Type of Report: Bar graph
Report Frequency: Annually
Responsible for metric: Superintendent and Superintendent’s Secretary
Distribution: Cabinet, Principals and Board of Education, Parent groups, Community
When: Given each spring, compiled and distributed in May
Determination of survey: Survey originated from Blackhawk Collaborative for Educational Innovation (BCEI). Survey has been used for six years.
Parent surveys are distributed to students to take home. Completed survey forms are mailed back to the Superintendent’s office. The Superintendent’s secretary enters responses into an Excel spreadsheet. Compiled data is forwarded to the Superintendent.
Determination of survey questions:
Questions used from survey for this metric:
- 1. I am welcome in this school
- 3. People in this school show respect for each other
- 9. In this school, my opinions are valued
- 15. Quality work is expected of my child
- 17. I am satisfied with the education my child is receiving
Determination of baseline score, current score and goal:
Scale of scores ranges from 1 to 5. One is Strongly Agree and two is Agree. Three is Neutral, for and five are Disagree and Strongly Disagree. This score is determined by the percentage of respondents that give a response of one or two to each question (Strongly Agree and Agree). Scores are accumulated for all responses to the five questions listed above by each group surveyed, then averaged.
Comparatives: As this survey was created by District #41, the only comparatives are past year’s scores.
Trending: Four years of data are available to determine a trend line.
Data Fields necessary/main source of entry: Paper survey completed and mailed back to Superintendent’s office. Manual entry of responses is completed by Superintendent’s secretary. Secretary compiles results and submits to Superintendent.
Last Updated on Saturday, 08 November 2008 04:45