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Student Engagement Surveys

Click here to access a Google folder that contains the surveys.

Instructions for administration:

  • Find your student engagement survey. Open the survey and “Make a copy” by clicking the three dots in the upper right-hand corner of the google form, OR right-click and choose “make a copy”. This will create a copy in your own drive. Go to the copy and right-click and choose “get link”. This is the link you will share with your students.
  • Please check your google form “settings” to make sure that the “collect email addresses” option is turned off. This will protect the anonymity of your students. 

  • Share the link to your survey with your students to begin data collection 

  • Paper surveys are available for students that need IEP or 504 accommodations. Please contact Dr. Becca Starr if you need additional support in this area.

Important Notes:

  • If you need clarification about which survey to administer, please contact our district assessment specialist, Dr. Becca Starr, or your supervisor.

  • You only need to administer one survey to one class for the year.

  • Prior to administering the survey, make sure you have the following: Devices for students.

  • We’ve transitioned the Student Engagement Surveys from Survey Monkey to Google Forms to accomplish two things:

          1) to provide you with immediate access to survey results, and
          2) to allow you and/or your CARE teams to add additional questions that would be meaningful to your own professional growth and development.

  • Like last year, students in grades K through 2 will take their surveys online. Paper surveys are available for students that need IEP or 504 accommodations. Please contact Dr. Becca Starr if you need additional support.

  • Upload your survey report and your reflection into Truenorthlogic.

  • The survey is meant to provide you with a snapshot of student opinions and data over multiple years and will help you identify strengths and areas of growth.

Click here to access a Google folder that contains the surveys.