Responses generally aren't high in the Pasco school district's annual parent satisfaction survey. That doesn't stop the schools from asking how they're doing, though.
The district has launched its annual query as a way to help schools and their advisory councils determine what areas might need improvement moving forward. Questions include whether parents are treated with respect at school, whether students receive quality instruction and whether the school provides timely and adequate information about what's happening there.
Officials are hoping to boost participation in the survey from past years. You can access it here.
Then let's hear, are you satisfied with your Pasco County schools?
Posted by Jeff Solochek at 2:47:03 pm on January 27, 2012