KPBSD Survey

20160923_HL_KPBSD-September-Survey_LEADDear KPBSD parents, staff, and community members,

  • Are the number of students in KPBSD classes important?
  • Do future program offerings in your school matter?
  • ?

Please answer questions and give your opinion and input about educational and resource needs in our KPBSD schools.
 

Responses are anonymous and will very likely influence future KPBSD decisions. The online survey is open through September, click here now: online survey. Thank you in advance!  

“Our district is committed to listen to the voices of all our constituents as we look to continuously improve and be more efficient. This survey will go a long ways toward how we will implement our instructional model in the future and provide a high quality education for all of our students. Thank you for your participation in this important opportunity for input.” –Sean Dusek, superintendent

More specifics:

The survey offers questions to evaluate programmatic, staffing, and resource needs throughout our district. Survey topics include educational and resource needs within our diverse school communities as well as opportunities to offer personal experiences with the district. Survey responses are anonymous, and feedback will assist the district’s efforts to increase the equity and efficiency in allocating resources to better serve KPBSD schools.

KPBSD partnered with Hanover Research to administer this survey. Hanover Research is an independent education research firm based in Washington, D.C., and is in no way affiliated with any other entity or organization. All responses will be kept completely anonymous, and no identifying information will be provided to the district. Similarly, grouped results will not be presented in a way that could potentially allow the identification of any specific respondents (e.g., faculty within a specific grade teaching a specific course).
Questions or difficulties with survey? Please contact Conor Kelly, Hanover Institute, ckelly@hanoverinsights.com.

KPBSD News Release