The annual Round Rock ISD survey is now open for parents to provide valuable feedback on how schools are working and what can be done to improve campus and District practices.
The survey will be available through February 9, 2018 and can be accessed in English and Spanish. Parents are greatly encouraged to participate as the survey serves as the District’s primary source of obtaining feedback about their experiences and how they can be improved. The Title I survey will also be included and all surveys are anonymous.
“The input of our parents, students and families is extremely valuable in helping us assess how we can better serve our entire community.” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steve Flores said. “Our goal each day is to support our students and to provide them a world-class education and experience. With feedback we are able to better understand our students’ and community’s needs, implement adjustments and continue to move forward as the Destination District for Public Schools.”
Once surveys are compiled, the information will be returned to each principal and posted on the District website. The results are used as part of the campus improvement planning process and some parent responses are used for House Bill 5 Community and Student Engagement metrics.
Students will receive climate surveys during the school day. The parent survey and staff survey data is used for campus or department improvements.