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District #102 Survey

5 Essentials Survey

Beginning December 5, 2017 and running through January 31, 2018 teachers, parents, and students across Illinois will participate in the annual statewide Illinois 5 Essentials Survey. This survey is designed to generate a detailed picture of the inner workings of your child’s school. As a parent, this opportunity will allow you to share your thoughts on the important elements of school effectiveness in a survey about your child’s school.

The Illinois 5Essentials Survey will be administered online by UChicago Impact at the University of Chicago on behalf of the Illinois State Board of Education. The survey gathers data related to five indicators that can predict important student outcomes, including improved attendance and larger test score gains. These five indicators that affect and predict school success are:

·         Effective Leaders
·         Collaborative Teachers
·         Involved Families
·         Supportive Environments
·         Ambitious Instruction

The survey is issued to teachers, students (in grade 6-8) and parents. Each of our schools (Georgetowne, Rogers & Marquette) needs at least 20 percent of its parents to complete this survey so that a parent supplement report can be generated for the school.

Your participation in the parent portion of the survey will help us understand the conditions at your child’s school and guide improvement. Your identity and survey responses will be kept completely confidential and will never be connected to you or your child.  If you have children in multiple schools and you want to provide input for each school, you will need to complete a separate survey for each as the survey is an individual school survey and not a district-wide survey.

To take the survey please visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/  and select the appropriate survey to begin.

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