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Anonymous Alerts Reporting Tool

Stanly County Schools is proud to announce the release of their anonymous reporting tool. This tool will enable anybody to submit an anonymous report of inappropriate activity within our school system.
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YOUR OPINION MATTERS! Community Needs Assessment Survey

Please take 5 minutes to help your community by completing our short survey. Access the survey online at https://yusa.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6kQEGV6GKAJqp9j

Based on what is learned from this survey the Stanly County Family YMCA will be in a better position to help address critical issues in the areas of Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility in the communities of: Western Stanly County

Your responses are not individually tracked
and are kept confidential. Thank you.
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Parents' Perspective Survey: Testing in Schools

Parents and caregivers,

As the State Superintendent of North Carolina’s public schools, I want you to know that your child’s success in school and beyond is our top priority. This school year, we want your input to make sure we are on the right track for students, parents, and teachers.

Today, we want to know your concerns about testing in school.

Too Much Testing!

Students, parents, and educators are concerned about too much testing. As both State Superintendent and a parent of a child in our public schools, I share your concerns.

We have already taken steps to reduce testing. Find out more by visiting this page.

We have more work to do.

Please take our 5-minute survey on testing to tell us what you think.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NBVY235

As an added incentive, after you take the survey, you can enter for a chance to win $250 right before your holiday shopping.

I will use your input to guide our work with state lawmakers and local school districts to reform the current system of over-testing.

We are working hard to improve our schools because every child should have the opportunity to go to safe and inviting schools, to work hard, and to succeed. Thank you for being a partner with us in this important mission.



Mark R. Johnson

Mark Johnson
NC Superintendent of Public Instruction
@MarkRJohnsonNC
NCsuperintendent.com
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