Hopkins Receives Positive Parent Feedback, Seeks Input Again this Spring
The Mark Hopkins Accountability Committee regularly seeks parent input in the ongoing effort to review the school’s success in key areas. In the Spring of 2013 a survey to parents focused on three aspects of school culture that are vitally important: communication, school climate, and student learning. 173 responses were collected, representing well over half of Mark Hopkins families. While continuous improvement is our commitment, we are very proud of the parent feedback we received. Highlights included:
· 97% of parents “agree” or “strongly agree” that “the teacher knows my child’s academic strengths and weaknesses.”
· That same percentage of parents (97%) “agree” or “strongly agree” that “Hopkins promotes curiosity and enthusiasm for learning.”
· 172 of 173 respondents replied affirmatively (99.4%) that their child’s teacher cared about their son or daughter as a person, with 150 parents responding “strongly agree.”
· 99% of parents either “agree” or “strongly agree” with the statement “My child enjoys coming to school at Hopkins.”
· Approximately 88% of parents “agree” or “strongly agree” that “I feel my child is safe from bullying or mean behavior at school.”
For the complete survey results, click here. And please look for this survey in the coming weeks as we seek parental input once more in our effort to continuously improve as a school.