The Fort Worth ISD wants to know: how are we doing?
Between now and December 20, employees, students, parents and the community at large are asked to participate in the 2019-2020 Stakeholders’ Climate Survey.
The survey takes an average of 15 minutes to complete and allows the opportunity to offer anonymous feedback on the District’s climate and culture, what’s working well and where there are gaps or opportunities for improvement.
And for the first time, students, teachers, principals and parents at the secondary school level may offer feedback about their child’s classes and school day schedules. They will be asked to assess things such as content and student interest.
Access the survey now at www.fwisd.org/2019survey.
District students and staff will be asked to enter their student or employee ID number to authenticate their association with the District. Vital demographic data will be added to the data file automatically; however names and other individual identifiers will not be included in the data set. To protect respondents’ confidentiality, no data will be broken down at the campus level in such a way that would allow for individual student or staff identification.
And, some of you may take the survey multiple times based on your roles. For example, if you are an employee with children attending a FWISD school, you may complete the survey as an employee (with the ID authenticator), as a parent, and again as a community member. You may complete a survey for each school your children attend.
Have additional questions? Please contact the Grants Compliance and Monitoring Department at 817-814-1850 or send an email to Askeval@fwisd.org.