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CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLANNING
September 1, 2020
During the next few months, the Tuscaloosa County School System will be participating in the Continuous Improvement Process. This process is intended to help schools and school systems identify strengths, identify ways to improve, and set goals based on data and feedback from stakeholders.
As one part of this process, TCSS asks our stakeholders to provide feedback through surveys. Please find the survey or surveys below that pertain to you as a TCSS stakeholder, whether you are a student, parent/guardian, or faculty/staff member. The surveys are short and should take less than 10 minutes to complete. Please complete the surveys that pertain to you by Friday, September 11, 2020.
Description of TCSS Surveys
Culture and Climate Survey: This survey is for students in grades 3-12, faculty/staff, and parents/guardians. This survey asks students to describe different aspects of their school experience. It asks faculty/staff to describe different aspects of their work environment at school. It asks parents/guardians to describe different aspects of their and their student's experience with school.
Student Engagement Survey: This survey is for students in grades 3-12. This survey asks students their opinions about their school, including their teachers, administrators, their peers, and other aspects of their experiences at school.
Inventory Survey: This survey is for students in grades 3-12 and teachers. This survey asks about the frequency with which students engage in various tasks and activities at school. It also asks about the frequency with which teachers engage in a variety of effective classroom and school practices.
Surveys for Students in Grades 3 - 5
Surveys for Students in Grades 6 - 8
Surveys for Students in Grades 9 - 12
Surveys for Faculty/Staff
We know that there are lots of questions about what the school year will look like for this upcoming year. We have put together this information guide for what to expect this year. We hope this addresses many of your questions and concerns.Lloyd Wood Education Center would like to welcomeMr. Marcus Dent as our new Principal.Imagine a place of learning, laughing and loving, a place where music and miracles happen every day. A place where you very well might see a child taking his very first steps in the hall or a student nearing his mark for graduation. Hear the sounds of preschool children singing of Dinosaurs, Days of the Week and Hungry Alligators. A place where each individual is valued regardless of abilities or disabilities; each child is taught according to his or her specific needs, and every child experiences success – whether in the small turn of a head, in the production of an award winning work of art, or in an improvement in self-control and self-reliance. Now, open your eyes and witness these very special imaginings becoming a reality! Lloyd Wood Education Center, home of Sprayberry Center, Pre-K, GRAD Academy and ELEVATE where barriers are overcome and all students triumph.