As we strive to ensure that all schools provide a safe and healthy learning environment for our students, we want to learn more about your experiences as a parent or caretaker of a student in the Claiborne County School System.
Your feedback will be very helpful in improving student engagement, learning conditions, and the overall school environment. Beginning April 16, 2021, we invite all parents, guardians and caretakers to complete the School Climate Survey for Parents and Families.
Your responses are completely anonymous, and your name or personally identifiable information will not be collected. As you respond to each survey item, please think about your own personal experiences as a parent, caregiver or guardian at your child’s school.
By participating in this survey, you will provide valuable insights that we can use to improve the climate and culture in our schools. Each school will use the survey results to develop strategies, procedures, and/or programs to enhance our school climate.
If you have children at multiple schools, you may complete a survey for each school, or you may choose the school where you would most like to share your voice. You can take the survey online using the following link:
What can this guide do for you?
Your involvement in your child’s education can lead to better learning results and outcomes. This “Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide” will inform you, as a parent or caregiver, as you monitor your child’s progress as your child accesses and uses technology for learning.
This guide aims to help all parents and caregivers, including those who have limited experience with digital tools, those who are expert with these tools, and anywhere in between. Each section starts with foundational pieces and builds from there.
(Click the link below for more information)
New Parent Resource Launched on Remote Learning Tools
The Tennessee Department of Education and Trevecca University announced a new resource, Bridging the Distance: Family Remote Learning, which is specially designed to help families navigate remote learning and better understand the common tools and programs used by educators.
This completely free resource features “Remote Learning 101” modules that will help families learn the same tools our educators use for remote instruction. These short, accessible videos from experts will help families understand common remote learning tools and equips them to speak the same “tech” language as the teacher, so they will be better able to support their child’s learning.
Families can access these resources at: https://remotefamilylearning.com/ AND
Bridging the Distance: Family Remote Learning