Parent Perception Survey Now Open
Greetings Hot Springs County School District Patrons,
I am writing with an opportunity for your input as the parent(s) of a student within the District. Research indicates that successful schools routinely seek input about the perceptions of the quality of school experience that children in the community receive.
It is with this notion, that I ask for your participation in a short online survey that will help us better serve our students and you as a parent. Please take a small amount of time to follow the link below, by adding it to your web browser and answer the (slightly above) 20 question survey. The survey covers such things as communication, safety, activities, building leadership, learning environment, and report cards, just to name a few.
If you have a middle school student please add the URL below to your browser: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/R623QRH
Please fill out a survey for each school in which you have a child enrolled. These links will also be posted on the main page of our website at www.hotsprings1.org and also on the District Facebook Page at: https://www.facebook.com/HotSpringsCountySchoolDistrict1 . Responses will be collected until June 30, 2014. Your participation is confidential and very greatly appreciated. Thank you for sharing your students with us, and helping us serve your family to the best of our ability. Have a wonderful summer and be safe!
Superintendent of Schools
Hot Springs County School District #1
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