Parent Survey
As a parent, your involvement in your child’s learning and school is valuable and important. Your individual responses, which may help Altus Academy improve connections with parents and families, will remain confidential. Results will only be reported as part of a group.
  • Questions

    For each statement below, please check one answer that most closely matches your opinion on your child’s school. If you do not know or think you do not have enough information to answer please select “I don’t know.”
  • Strongly Agree Agree Undecided Disagree Strongly Disagree I Don't Know
    I receive information on what I can do at home to help my child improve or advance his/her learning.
    I receive information on health and nutrition.
    I receive information on child development.
    My child’s teacher asks to meet with me face to face at least once a year to talk about how my child is doing.
    My child’s school is very good about staying in touch with me (e.g., letters, phone calls, texts, or e-mails).
    When my child’s school communicates with me it is easy for me to read or understand.
    If I have a question, concern or comment about my child, the teacher or other staff member, gets back to me right away.
    I am invited to meetings so that I can learn about what is going on in the school (e.g., issues or policies).
    There are many different ways I can be involved with the school, either at the school itself, at home or in the community.
    When I volunteer at the school, I am given training and resources to do my task well, if needed.
    I receive regular updates from the teacher on my child’s progress.
    I am able to check academic progress electronically (i.e., Parent Portal, EdLine, TeacherEase).
    I receive information on what my child should learn and be able to do in each grade in school.
    My child’s teacher(s) adjust their teaching styles to meet the academic needs of my child.
    I believe my child is challenged by the school's academic curriculum.
    My child’s teacher(s) hold high expectations for my child.
    My child receives the academic support needed to meet his/her individual needs.
    I am asked what my goals are for my child’s learning and/or what classes or programs my child should take.
    I am asked about my child’s talents and strengths.
    I can be involved in school improvement planning and decision-making at my child’s school.
    I am invited to help plan family involvement activities.
    I am given information about community services that help with families’ needs (adult education, job, health, mental health, utilities, etc.).
    I am given information about services to support my child’s learning and behavior needs and enhance his or her talents (tutoring, mentoring, camps, career exploration).
    The school helps my child feel comfortable as he/she moves from one grade to the next.
    My involvement in my child’s education is valued at my school.
    My child’s school is a friendly environment for students, parents and families.
    My child's school offers opportunities to get to know other parents
    My child’s school is a safe place to learn.
    My child’s school respects our family's culture, values and traditions.
  • Yes No
    Technology/computer classes
    Parenting classes/support groups
    Family counseling
    Fun parent-only events and activities (i.e. Zumba, Yoga, etc.)