• 2016 Spring Parent Surveys Results : (Click here for Parent Survey results) 
    (Average Score - 5.0 Scale) 
     
    Purpose and Direction:
     
    Our school's purpose statement is clearly focused on student success.  (4.52)
    Our school's purpose statement is formally reviewed and revised with involvement from parents. (4.06)
    Our school has established goals and a plan for improving student learning. (4.44)
     
    Governance and Leadership:
     
    Our school's governing body operates responsibility and functions effectively. (4.39)
    Our school's governing body does not interfere with the operation or leadership of our school. (4.15)
    Our school has high expectations for students in all classes. (4.56)
    Our school shares responsibility for student learning with its stakeholders. (4.35)
    Our school communicates effectively about the school's goals and activities. (4.44)
    Our school provides opportunities for stakeholders to be involved in the school. (4.45)
     
    Teaching and Assessing for Learning:
     
    All of my child's teachers provide an equitable curriculum that meets his/her learning needs. (4.53)
    All of my child's teachers give work that challenges my child. (4.44)
    All of my child's teachers use a variety of teaching strategies and learning activities. (4.60)
    All of my child's teachers meet his/her learning needs by individualizing instruction. (4.33)
    All of my child's teachers work as a team to  help my child learn. (4.53)
    All of my child's teachers help me to understand my child's progress. (4.38)
    All of my child's teachers keep me informed regularly of how my child is being graded. (4.32)
    All of my child's teachers report on my child's progress in easy to understand language. (4.51)
    My child sees a relationship between what is being taught and his/her everyday life. (4.39)
    My child knows the expectations for learning in all classes. (4.47)
    My child has at least one adult advocate in the school. (4.43)
    My child is given multiple assessments to measure his/her understanding of what was taught. (4.37)
    My child has up-to-date computers and other technology to learn. (4.70)
    My child has access to support services based on his/her identified needs. (4.34)
     
    Resources and Support Systems: 
    Our school provides qualified staff member to support student learning. (4.61)
    Our school provides an adequate supply of learning resources that are current and in good condition. (4.67)
    Our school provides a safe learning environment. (4.73)
    Our school provides students with access to a variety of information resources to support their learning. (4.69)
    Our school provides excellent support services (e.g., counseling, and/or career planning). (4.37)
    Our school provides opportunities for students to participate in activities that interest them. (4.35)
    Our school ensures the effective use of financial resources. (4.33)
    Our school ensures that instructional time is protected and interruptions are minimized. (4.38)
     
    Using Results for Continuous Improvement:
    Our school ensures that all staff member monitor and report the achievement of school goals. (4.30)
    My child is prepared for success in the next school year. (4.59)
    My child has administrators and teachers that monitor and inform me of his/her learning progress. (4.41) 
     
    2016 Spring Staff Surveys Results : (Click here for Staff Survey results) 
    (Average Score - 5.0 Scale) 
     
    Purpose and Direction:
    Our school's purpose statement is clearly focused on student success. (4.81)
    Our school's purpose statement is formally reviewed and revised with involvement from stakeholders. (4.66)
    Our school's purpose statement is based on shared values and beliefs that guide decision-making. (4.74)
    Our school's purpose statement is supported by the policies and practices adopted by the school board or governing body. (4.74)
    Our school has a continuous improvement process based on data, goals, actions, and measures for growth. (4.85)
     
    Governance and Leadership:
     
    Our school's governing body or school board complies with all policies, procedures, laws, and regulations. (4.79)
    Our school's governing body or school board maintains a distinction between its roles and responsibilities and those of school leadership. (4.71)
    Our school's leaders support an innovative and collaborative culture. (4.73)
    Our school's leaders expect staff members to hold all students to high academic standards. (4.83)
    Our school's leaders hold themselves accountable for student learning. (4.67)
    Our school's leaders hold all staff members acceptable for student learning. (4.63)
    Our school's leaders regularly evaluate staff members on criteria designed to improve teaching and learning. (4.75)
    Our school's leaders ensure all staff members use supervisory feedback to improve student learning. (4.71)
    Our school's leaders engage effectively with all stakeholders about the school's purpose and direction. (4.67)
    Our school's leaders provide opportunities for stakeholders to be involved in the school. (4.81)
     
    Teaching and Assessing for Learning:
     
    All teachers in our school monitor and adjust curriculum, instruction, and assessment based on data from student assessments and examination of professional practice. (4.58)
    All teachers in our school personalize instructional strategies and intervention to address individual learning needs of students. (4.40)
    All teachers in our school regularly use instructional strategies that require student collaboration, self-reflection, and development of critical thinking skills. (4.42)
    All teachers in our school use a variety of technologies as instructional resources. (4.62)
    All teachers in our school use a process to inform student of their learning expectations and standards of performance. (4.44)
    All teachers in our school provide students with specific and timely feedback about their learning. (4.52)
    All teachers in our school use multiple types of assessments to modify instruction and to revise the curriculum. (4.44)
    All teachers in our school use consistent common grading and reporting policies across grade levels and courses based on clearly defined criteria. (4.60)
    All teachers in our school participate in collaborative learning communities that meet both informally and formally across grade levels and content areas. (4.56)
    All teachers in our school have been trained to implement a formal process that promotes discussion about student learning (e.g., action research, examination of student work, reflection, study teams, and peer coaching). (4.54)
    In our school, challenging curriculum and learning experiences provide equity for all students in the development of learning, thinking, and life skills. (4.68)
    In our school, related learning support services are provided for all students based on their needs. (4.56)
    In our school, a formal structure exists so that each student is well known by at least one adult advocate in the school who supports that student's educational experience. (4.64)
    In our school, all staff members use student data to address the unique learning needs of all students. (4.62)
    In our school, staff members provide peer coaching to teachers. (4.46)
    In our school, a formal process is in place to support new staff members in their professional practice. (4.58)
    In our school, all staff members participate in continuous professional learning based on identified needs of the school. (4.72)
    In our school, a professional learning program is designed to build capacity among all professional and support staff members. (4.67)
    In our school, all school personnel regularly engage families in their children's learning progress. (4.70)
    In our school, all stakeholders are informed of policies, processes, and procedures related to grading and reporting. (4.76)
     
    Resources and Support Systems:
     
    Our school provides qualified staff members to support student learning. (4.80)
    Our school provides instructional time and resources to support our school's goals and priorities. (4.64)
    Our school provides sufficient material resources to meet student needs. (4.76)
    Our school provides protected instructional time. (4.18)
    Our school provides a variety of information resources to support student learning. (4.80)
    Our school provides a plan for the acquisition and support of technology to support student learning. (4.84)
    Our school provides a plan for the acquisition and support of technology to support the school's operational needs. (4.82)
    Our school provides high quality student support services (e.g., counseling, referrals, educational, and career planning). (4.30)
    Our school provides opportunities for students to participate in activities that interest them. (4.68)
    Our school maintains facilities that support student learning. (3.86)
    Our school maintains facilities that contribute to a safe environment. (4.12)
     
    Using Results for Continuous Improvement:
     
    Our school uses multiple assessment measures to determine student learning and school performance. (4.78)
    Our school employs consistent assessment measures across classrooms and courses. (4.73)
    Our school has a systematic process for collecting, analyzing, and using data. (4.78) 
    Our school ensures all staff members are trained in the evaluation, interpretation, and use of data. (4.56)
    Our school uses data to monitor student readiness and success at the next level. (4.72)
    Our school leaders monitor data related to student achievement. (4.72)
    Our school leaders monitor data related to school continuous improvement goals. (4.74)
     
    School Improvement Monitoring and Processes:
     
    Curriculum:
    The curriculum at my school is based on clearly defined standards for student learning. (4.83)
    The curriculum at my school is focused on both supporting and challenging all students. (4.79)
    The curriculum implementation plan at my school ensures the alignment of both teaching strategies and learning activities. (4.83)
    The curriculum implementation plan at my school ensures the alignment of both instructional support and resources. (4.83)
    The curriculum implementation plan at my school ensures the alignment of assessments of student learning with the curriculum. (4.79)
    There is a systematic process in place at my school for monitoring the curriculum that reflects a commitment to continuous improvement. (4.66)
    There is a systematic process in place at my school for evaluating the curriculum that reflects a commitment to continuous improvement. (4.60)
    There is a systematic process in place at my school for renewing the curriculum that reflects a commitment to continuous improvement.  (4.60)
     
    Instructional Design:
     
    Instructional strategies at my school are aligned with both the goals and expectations for student learning. (4.74)
    Learning activities at my school are aligned with both the goals and expectations for student learning. (4.74)
    The instructional functions of the teaching process at my school are integrated to support data-driven instructional decision making. (4.77)
    The assessment functions of the teaching process at my school are integrated to support data-driven instructional decision making. (4.70)
     
    Assessment:
     
    My school defines measurable goals focused on improving student learning. (4.77)
    Assessments of student learning at my school are aligned with both clearly specified and appropriate achievement expectations. (4.66)
    Assessments at my school are specifically designed to serve the instructional purposes specified by the users of the assessments. (4.62)
    Assessments at my school are developed using a method which accurately measures the intended goals for student achievement. (4.62)
    Assessments at my school are used in a both fair and equitable manner that eliminates any source of bias and distortion which might interfere with the accuracy of results. (4.77)
     
    Leadership for School Improvement:
     
    My school promotes quality instruction by both fostering an academic learning climate and actively supporting teaching and learning. (4.79)
    My school develops school wide plans for improvement focused on student performance. (4.72)
    My school employs effective decisions making that is data-driven. (4.79)
    My school employs effective decisions making that is research-based. (4.68)
    My school employs effective decisions making that is collaborative. (4.74)
    My school monitors progress in improving student achievement through a comprehensive assessment system. (4.79)
    My school monitors progress in improving student achievement through continuous reflection. (4.79)
    My school monitors progress in instructional improvement through a comprehensive assessment system. (4.77)
    My school monitors progress in instructional improvement through continuous reflection. (4.70)
     
    Culture of Continuous Improvement:
     
    My school builds the skill required to improve through comprehensive professional development programs focused on my school's goals for improvement. (4.80)
    My school builds the skill required to improve through ongoing professional development programs focused on my school's goals for improvement. (4.80)
    My school builds the capacity required to improve through comprehensive professional development programs focused on my school's  goals for improvement. (4.80)
    My school builds the capacity required to improve through ongoing professional development programs focused on my school's goals for improvement. (4.80)
    My school created the conditions that supports productive change. (4.65)
    My school creates the conditions that support continuous improvement. (4.78)
     
    Teaching and Learning Pedagogy:
     
    Beliefs About Students:
    A successful student learns best when actively engaged in the learning  process. (4.95)
    A successful student links new information with existing knowledge in meaningful ways. (4.95)
    A successful student creates and uses a variety of thinking strategies. (4.95)
    A successful student creates and uses a variety of reasoning strategies. (4.95)
    A successful student sets learning goals. (4.84)
    A successful student monitors their progress in achieving their learning goals. (4.81)
     
    School Climate:
     
    Quality of Professional Development:
    Class size at my school are appropriate for effective learning. (3.63)
    My school provides sufficient materials resources to meet student needs. (4.67)
    My school provides protected instructional time. (4.22)
    Students in my school are treated with respect. (4.91)
    Teachers in my school are treated with respect. (4.85)
    Administrators in my school are treated with respect. (4.96)
    Non-academic staff in my school are treated wth respect. (4.91)
    Students in my school are respectful of school property. (4.50) 
    Teachers in my school are respectful of school property. (4.93)
    Administrators in my school are respectful of school property. (4.96)
    Non-academic staff in my school are respectful of school property. (4.76)
    Adequate security measures are in place at my school. (4.78)
    My school provides a safe environment for learning. (4.89) 
    My school provides an orderly environment for learning. (4.54)
    School rules apply equally to all students. (4.67)
    School rules apply equally to all teachers. (4.63)
    School rules apply equally to all administrators.  (4.85)
    School rules apply equally to all non-academic staff. (4.50)
    Teachers have a lot of formal opportunities to influence what happens at my school. (4.46)
    Teachers have a lot of informal opportunities to influence what happens at my school. (4.50)
    Teachers are involved in making important decisions that impact the quality of the teaching and learning process. (4.48)
    I feel comfortable voicing my concerns in this school. (4.33)
    My school maintains facilities that support student learning. (4.22)
    My school maintains facilities that contribute to a safe environment. (4.33)
     
    2016 Spring Student Surveys Results : (Click here for Student Survey results) 
    (Average Score - 3.0 Scale) 
     
    Purpose and Direction:
     
    In my school my principal and teachers want every student to learn. (2.98) 
    In my school I am learning new things that will help me. (2.87)
     
    Governance and Leadership:
     
    In my school I am treated fairly. (2.66)
    In my school students treat adults with respect. (2.79)
    In my school my teacher wants me to do my best work. (2.98)
     
    Teaching and Assessing for Learning:
     
    My teachers help me learn things I will need in the future. (2.95)
    My teachers use different activities to help me learn. (2.87)
    My teachers listen to me. (2.80)
    My teachers tell me how I should behave and do my work. (2.90)
    My teachers ask my family to come to school activities. (2.61)
    My teachers always help me when I need them. (2.89)
    My teachers tell my family how I am doing in school. (2.90)
    My teachers care about students. (2.99)
     
    Resources and Support Systems:
     
    My school is safe and clean. (2.83) 
    My school has many places where I can learn, such as the library. (2.98)
    My school has computers to help me learn. (2.98)
    My school wants children in our school to help each other even if we are not friends. (2.90)
     
    Using Results for Continuous Improvement:
     
    My principal and teachers ask me what I think about school. (2.32) 
    My principal and teachers tell children when they do a good job. (2.88)
    My principal and teachers help me to be ready for the next grade. (2.99)