The annual Round Rock ISD survey is now open for parents, students and staff to provide valuable feedback on how schools are working and what can be done to improve current practices.
The survey will be available through March 10 and can be accessed in English and Spanish. The survey is the primary way RRISD obtains the voice of our customers from parents, students and staff across the District. The Title I survey will also be included. All surveys are anonymous.
“Gathering input from our parents, staff and students is an essential component of improving the ways we serve our community,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steve Flores said. “We are focused on high-quality teaching and learning while supporting all students. I encourage all Round Rock ISD parents, staff members and students to share their input as we continue to serve 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 also receive climate surveys during the school day.
The parent survey and staff survey data is used for campus or department improvements.