ACPS Educators: Each year the Speak Up Survey provides our district with rich data that helps us make important decisions for students. Through this survey, we learn how students use technology, what technologies are important to teachers, how our use of technology aligns with the needs of our families, and more. Continue reading
In case you missed it … Albemarle County Public Schools has launched two surveys for community feedback—one to inform the Superintendent’s 2019-20 funding request, and the other on an initial draft of the 2019-20 school year calendar. Both surveys will remain open through Friday, November 16. Continue reading
Teachers: As part of the school division’s model of continuous improvement, we are evaluating Blackboard Learn to determine if it continues to meet the division’s commitment to quality learning. Thank you to everyone who participated in our initial survey (May 25-31), which helped us gain insight regarding current use of Blackboard Learn.
After reviewing this feedback, we created a follow-up survey that further explores the specific needs and preferences of our students and teachers as they interact with Blackboard Learn. Your feedback will be valuable in helping us construct our evaluation criteria and rubric. Please participate in our follow-up survey by June 30 »
The school division would appreciate your participation in two surveys: One survey is designed to help us evaluate Blackboard Learn, our learning management tool, and a second survey aims to help us improve the way we use technology to communicate with our stakeholders. Thank you in advance for your participation and feedback! Continue reading
Please help us improve our annual We Notice and Years of Service Recognition Celebration: Participate in a brief survey by noon on Thursday, May 24. Your time and feedback are appreciated! Take the survey »
In an effort to increase community participation in the survey, we have extended the survey window through Sunday, December 17. If you have not yet shared your input, please take this opportunity to help us shape our educational programming and priorities for the next fiscal year:
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Albemarle County Public Schools is beginning to develop the 2018-19 Superintendent’s Funding Request. As we embark on this budget development process, your input is of great importance to us. The 2018-19 Budget Survey is designed to help the school division understand how well we have communicated the annual budget process to our community and to determine the degree to which our community members support various research-based proposals for improving our services. The information that we collect will be analyzed and applied to the budget development process, and we will share the results! Take the survey »
Please complete this survey by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, December 3.
ACPS Educators: Each year the Speak Up Survey provides our district with rich data that helps us make important decisions for students. Through this survey, we learn how students use technology, what technologies are important to teachers, how our use of technology aligns with the needs of our families, and more. View a copy of the letter emailed to ACPS parents and educators on Nov. 16 »
In the past, we have received thousands of responses across the district, and this year, we’re aiming for 100% participation. Taking the survey is easy: Continue reading
Veterans: November 11 is rapidly approaching, and as we prepare to honor our veterans again this year, we want to make sure that we are recognizing all those who wish to participate. If you are a new employee or didn’t complete the survey last year, please take a moment to complete a short five-question survey so that we can include you in the recognition. If you participated in the survey last year, please take a minute to review our list of veterans and make sure we got everything right! If you see any errors, please send corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please complete the survey or double-check your information by Tuesday, October 31. Continue reading