LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Clark County School District says its annual parent/guardian survey is available to take and it focuses on the current safety, academics and school climate.
The survey will be available online until 5 p.m. on Dec. 18 here and is said to take about 10 minutes. The district says the survey is confidential and part of its efforts to engage the community on important issues facing students and their families.
Surveys have also been designed for students and staff to take here, according to CCSD, for it to obtain a representation of all groups.
The district says questions asked in the survey align with its goals and focus areas that will be used to help make improvements to schools while increasing parent engagement with several school-specific questions.
Parents/guardians must enter their child’s student ID number and birth date or the name of the school when completing the survey.
Responses to the surveys cannot be linked to any particular student, parent/guardian or staff member, according to CCSD. Therefore, responses remain anonymous with results being shared in the aggregate.
The survey is accessible on tablets and smartphones. Every parent/guardian is invited to take it for each child enrolled in a CCSD school.
Any questions or concerns can be addressed by calling CCSD's Assessment, Accountability, Research, and School Improvement Division at 702-799-1041, option 4.