PASADENA – ColoradoBoulevard.net:
Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) and Pasadena Education Network (PEN) launched an online survey for parents whose children are currently enrolled or were enrolled in one of the District’s twenty-three academies and schools.
By News Desk
This survey aims for parents to share their experiences and insight across five categories: academic programs, athletics and extracurricular activities, safety and security, communication and responsiveness, and faculty. Insight gathered will aid the PUSD in improving schools and better serving parents, students, and the District’s award-winning teachers and schools.
“Listening to our people within Pasadena Unified is a priority, and we become better servants of the public when we hear from our families. We encourage our parents to share their experiences, thoughts, and ideas with us through the School Experience Survey so we can continue to build and transform and prepare students for the future by inspiring the joy of learning in every child, every day,” said Board of Education member Jennifer Hall Lee, who is on the committee.
“With PUSD’s signature programs, quality curriculum, awarding-winning teachers, and track record of students being accepted into colleges and universities across the country, PEN is optimistic that the results gleaned from the survey will be used to develop short and long-term strategies so even more families will enroll in PUSD schools,” said Nancy Rose Dufford, executive director of the Pasadena Education Network (PEN).
The survey closes on July 31, 2022, and can be found by clicking on the graphics below:
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