5Essentials Survey 2018

5Essentials Survey Extended to March 15
Posted on 02/15/2019
Take the 5Essentials SurveyThe 5Essentials Survey has been extended to Friday, March 15, 2019.

This year Crete-Monee School District 201U schools will participate in the Illinois 5Essentials Survey from November 15th - March 15th. The survey is designed to collect important information on school climate and learning conditions by assessing performance on five indicators or “Essentials” for school improvement. These include:
  1. Effective Leaders
  2. Collaborative Teachers
  3. Involved Families
  4. Supportive Environment
  5. Ambitious Instruction
The survey results are reported on the annual Illinois School Report Cards that are available to the public at the end of October each year. The results from this year’s survey will be included on Crete-Monee School District’s school report cards in October 2019.

All district parents and 4th - 12th grade students are encouraged to take the survey. The survey may be completed by going to https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/. Please select the appropriate survey. Please note that all survey information is confidential and responses will not be connected to any individual parent or student. Each school in the district must have 20% of parents participate for the parent survey information to be included on the school report card.

For schools, 50% of eligible students must participate for the student results to be included on the school report card. Schools will make arrangements for Grade 4-12 students to complete the survey during the school day. If parents do not want their child participating in the survey, they will receive an opt-out form to complete and return to the school. We encourage student participation as student input is extremely valuable in helping us improve our schools.

The 5Essentials survey closes February 15, 2019. Take the survey today! https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/
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