Dear Friends and Families of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis,

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis and its Catholic schools are engaged in an ongoing continuous improvement process, of which all stakeholders – including you – are a part. We invite you to participate in an important online survey between the dates of January 13 - 31 as one method of reaching all invested partners in education.

Surveys are a means to systematically engage all our stakeholders in two-way communication. They provide school leaders and teachers a view into the thinking and perceptions of our staff, parents, students, and community members. Careful analysis of the results enriches understanding of areas of strength and effectiveness as well as those areas that possibly need improvement. The survey results will enable our school leaders to measure stakeholders’ attitudes and help target improvement strategies focused on student achievement as well as school and system effectiveness. Taking the surveys also will help stakeholders understand the AdvancED Standards for Quality Schools and School Systems and provide a means for learning about what a parent, student, or staff member should be looking for in a high quality Catholic school or (arch)diocese.

Your cooperation and support in completing the surveys is greatly appreciated. Below is the link that takes you to the survey requested of each stakeholder group.

PARENTS & COMMUNITY MEMBERS

Any stakeholder who prefers to answer the survey in Mandarin, Arabic, Portuguese, Haitian Creole, or Dinē is asked to contact the principal of the school to obtain a paper copy of the survey.

Please note that we would like for all surveys to be completed NO LATER THAN JANUARY 31, 2020. This will allow us to disaggregate the data and begin formulating an archdiocesan report that reflects the information gathered.

Thank you for your commitment to quality Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, and for taking the time to help us improve our practices as we strive to prepare students for college, careers, and heaven.

Sincerely,
Gina Kuntz Fleming
Superintendent of Catholic Schools
Archdiocese of Indianapolis

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