Broken Arrow Public Schools is partnering with the University of Oklahoma (OU) to conduct an online survey for parents with 9-12 grade students from Feb. 19 through March 2. This 10-minute survey will monitor parent, teacher and student satisfaction with Broken Arrow High School and the Freshman Academy while also helping to identify improvement opportunities.
“We are committed to serving our students, teachers and families. The information received in these surveys will allow us to strategically pinpoint opportunities for improvement with regard to student achievement, social and emotional support, and overall school culture,” BAPS Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education Dr. Margaret Coates said.
The survey is completely confidential. District administrators are encouraging parents to check their inboxes for an email sent from OU on Feb. 19.
“We truly appreciate the honest feedback as this will allow us to serve our school family appropriately,” Coates said.
Should you not receive the email, please contact Broken Arrow High School or the Freshman Academy to make sure your email address is up-to-date.