Take our School Quality Survey
Midland ISD is committed to partnering with you to provide all our students with the best possible education. That's why we're asking parents and guardians, staff members, and students in grades 3-12 to take our School Quality Survey.
The survey asks about student support, academic support, family involvement, safety and behavior, and school leadership. The results will help us better understand our community's needs, determine our strengths, and identify opportunities for improvement.
Please check your email for an invitation and survey link. Parents and guardians can also access the survey HERE or pick up a paper survey at Midland ISD Central Office, located at 615 W. Missouri Ave., or in any campus office. The survey is offered in English, Spanish, and Hakha Chin. Students in grades 3-12 will take the survey at school.
Independent research and communications firm K12 Insight will administer the survey and compile the results, ensuring the confidentiality of participants and their responses.
To learn more about the survey, please contact Dr. Elise Kail at email@example.com.
Q: What is the School Quality Survey?
A: The School Quality Survey is designed to assess opinions of district schools and our learning environmnet. We want to give every member of our educational community a voice to understand what we do well and how we can improve. By administering this survey, we can identify trends in perspectives and gauge our progress in addressing key issues. This is a key component of our School Performance Framework.
Q: What topics are included in the survey?
A: Survey questions address academics, student support, family involvement, safety and behavior, and school leadership.
Q: Who is being asked to participate?
A: All Midland ISD parents and guardians, staff, and students in grades 3-12 are invited to participate.
Q: How was the survey created?
A: District leaders wortked with K12 Insight, our independent research partner, to develop the survey. K12 Insight will administer the survey and compile the results.
Q: Why should I participate?
A: Student success doesn't happen in a vacuum. Substantive school improvement is a team effort; one that starts with listening. District leaders understand the importance of feedback and have made it a priority to listen to every voice in our schools. Only then can we begin to make changes that will benefit all students, employees, and families.
Q: When will the survey be open?
A: The survey will open Tuesday, January 22nd.
Q: How will the survey be administered.
A: Employees and parents and guardians will receive an email invitation and survey link. K12 Insight will automatically generate reminders for people who have not participated. Those who do not receive an email invitation can participate by clicking HERE, or picking up a paper survey at Midland ISD Central Office, located at 615 W. Missouri Ave. Students in grades 3-12 will take the survey in school.
The survey is available in English, Spanish, and Hakha Chin.
Q: Can Midland ISD see my responses?
A: No, all responses are strictly confidential. neither district leaders nor any school employees will be able to connect you to your responses. The final reports will share only overall results.