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2022-2023 Mid-Year Parent/Community Surveys

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Parents, Guardians, and Community Members,

Please complete our Mid-Year School Surveys by Friday, December 16, 2022.

 

Padres, tutores y miembros de la comunidad,

Complete nuestras encuestas escolares de mitad de año antes del viernes 16 de diciembre de 2022.

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PARENT SURVEYS
Click on the name of the survey to take the survey.
 
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This survey asks parents to describe different aspects of their and their child's experience with school. (This survey is conducted through Cognia as a part of the FAMU DRS Continuous Improvement Initiative.)
 
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The purpose of this survey is to find out a family’s beliefs and opinions about their engagement with their student’s institution. The term “family” refers to any adult who has some level of responsibility for the student. (This survey is conducted through Cognia as a part of the FAMU DRS Continuous Improvement Initiative.)
 
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The purpose of this survey is to provide parents and guardians with a platform to provide feedback that is not covered through the Climate & Culture or Family Engagement surveys.
 
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COMMUNITY SURVEY
Click on the name of the survey to take the survey.
 
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The purpose of this survey is to find out community members’ (and partners') beliefs and opinions about their engagement with the institution (FAMU DRS) in their community. (This survey is conducted through Cognia as a part of the FAMU DRS Continuous Improvement Initiative.)
 
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STUDENT, TEACHER, STAFF, & ADMINISTRATION SURVEYS
 
  • Student surveys are completed during school.
  • Any student who feels uncomfortable completing the survey during school may request the student survey links so they may complete it at home.
 
  • Teacher, staff, and administrative survey links are sent directly to them through email.

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