The Mobile County Public School System wants your opinion on how we're performing.
We are conducting anonymous surveys now through Thursday in an effort to gather information and improve our practices.
Students, parents and MCPSS employees are asked to participate.
"We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey," said Assistant Superintendent Dr. Lynda Carroll.
Questions include issues ranging from school safety to learning climate, from technology use to facilities.
There are three open-ended questions at the end of the survey, allowing participants to provide detailed input. They are: "What do you like best about our school?" "What do you like least about our school?" and "What is one suggestion you would like to offer to improve our school?"
The surveys are located online as follows. For staff, click here. For parents, click here. For early elementary school students (pre-K through second grade), click here. For elementary school (grades 3-5), click here. And for middle and high schools, click here.
More information about the surveys and additional resources for parents are available here.
The surveys are being conducted through AdvancED, through which all 90 of Mobile County's public schools are accredited.
The elementary, middle and high school with the greatest total school-wide participation will receive $10,000 worth of technology for that school.
Questions can be directed to Dr. Carroll at 221-4160.
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