Henrico Schools survey will inform school division’s decisions, chart progress

Henrico Schools survey will inform school division’s decisions, chart progress

Henrico County Public Schools is teaming up with a VCU research group to survey parents, guardians, staff members, and students. The 2019 Henrico Schools Survey will be conducted March 11th through the 29th in order to gauge participants’ thoughts and impressions regarding the school division and individual schools.

Henrico County Public Schools is teaming up with a VCU research group to survey parents, guardians, staff members, and students. The 2019 Henrico Schools Survey will be conducted March 11th through the 29th in order to gauge participants’ thoughts and impressions regarding the school division and individual schools.

The survey data will give the school division an idea of what it is doing well and what can be improved. The information will be used to help make decisions about school programs and the allocation of resources and staff. It will also give HCPS an indication of its progress on achieving the goals outlined in the division’s 2018-25 Strategic Plan.

The survey will have three versions: one for staff members, one for students in grades 5-12 and one for parents and guardians. Staff and students will complete theirs during the school day, while parents and guardians will receive an email on March 11th with a link to the survey. It should take about 15-20 minutes to complete.

Participants have until March 29th to complete the survey, which will be available in multiple languages, including Spanish.

The survey is being conducted by Henrico Schools’ Department of Assessment, Research, and Evaluation in collaboration with the Metropolitan Educational Research Consortium at VCU’s School of Education.

To find out more about the 2019 Henrico Schools Survey, including answers to common questions, click here.

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