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P-CCS, K12 Insight Parent & Community Survey to Launch Monday, April 9

Post Date:04/05/2018 3:25 PM
  • School NameCommunications Office

Dear P-CCS Parents, Guardians, and Community Members:

Plymouth-Canton Community Schools continues to keep its focus on the classroom, striving everyday to make the best possible decisions to benefit our students.

As your public school system, we continue the belief that it is critical to take the time to listen to our community, understanding your priorities and using your feedback to help every P-CCS student achieve excellence.

It’s with this continued commitment to listening that I invite you to take part in our third consecutive district-wide Parent / Community Climate Survey.

The survey launches Monday, April 9, and is open to all parents and community members. Survey questions address important topics, including governance and leadership, teaching and assessments, resources, school operations, and safety.

We’ll use your feedback to evaluate what the district does well and how it can improve, and inform our district improvement plan. The results will drive proposals that will be made to the Board of Education and serve as a bridge between your voice and district leadership.

If you have a current email address on file with the district, or are signed up for eNotifications through the P-CCS website, you’ll receive a personal invitation and/or survey link when the survey launches. If not, you can take the survey by clicking the link that will be posted on our district website (www.pccsk12.com), Facebook, or Twitter. You’ll also receive survey reminders and info on through our district robocall system and mobile app.

You will have until Monday, April 23, to share your feedback.

No matter how you access the survey, your responses are strictly confidential. We’ve partnered with independent research and communications firm K12 Insight to administer the survey and compile the results. K12 Insight’s final reports, which will be available later this Spring, will include only the overall findings, not individual comments or responses.

We want to learn from you so our schools continue to be a place where every child can Learn, Prepare, and Thrive. We hope you will join us in our effort to become the first, best, and only choice for all students and families in our community.

Yours in learning,

Monica L. Merritt
P-CCS Superintendent of Schools