EGUSD administers a variety of surveys to students and families each year to obtain feedback, suggestions, and perspectives on our most important efforts. Below you can access copies of the survey forms that are distributed and view results as they are made publicly available.
2021-22 Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Survey Form
The Elk Grove Unified School District offers families simple, easy and online access to complete the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Survey Form. When all families submit the survey form, the District can maximize LCFF dollars and better determine each school’s funding needs in order to leverage more services for deserving students.
Distance Learning Reflection Survey (May 2020)
As a follow-up to the Connectivity and Communication survey, EGUSD distributed a Distance Learning (DL) Reflection survey to parents and students on May 17, 2020. The primary focus of this survey was to measure student engagement and satisfaction with distance learning and to gain a better understanding of the various instructional practices used across grade levels and individual classrooms. Once again, the surveys were available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, and Hmong and survey distribution methods included email, text messaging, fliers during meal pickups, and personalized phone outreach. For families who responded with serious concerns about areas such as community support or perceived low levels of school communication, employees from the Family and Community Engagement (FACE) Office followed up individually with families to address concerns. The District received a total of 4,861 responses from parents and 12,978 from students.
Distance Learning Connectivity and Communication Survey (April 2020)
Shortly after EGUSD began full distance learning on April 16, 2020, the District sent a Connectivity and Communication survey to parents and students in order to gauge our community’s access to technological devices, internet service, technical assistance, and teaching/learning supports necessary for successful distance learning. Survey forms and accompanying informational fliers were translated into Spanish, Vietnamese, and Hmong (the top three languages in the district other than English). The District distributed the survey links via email, text messaging, and fliers to families participating in the meal pickup services. In addition, district staff engaged in personalized phone outreach to families historically underrepresented in electronic survey responses. Respondents who indicated insufficient technology for distance learning were asked to include contact information for follow-up assistance. In sum, the District received 7,286 responses from parents and 10,014 from students.