School Satisfaction Surveys are an opportunity for families and students in Denver Public Schools to reflect on their experiences with their school, share feedback and help the district improve.
The Family Satisfaction Survey (formerly known as the Parent Satisfaction Survey) is administered on paper and online in May. This survey asks families and guardians to be partners in working to better our learning environments. Results from the survey are reported back to schools in the summer and are a part of the School Performance Framework (SPF).
The Student Satisfaction Survey is administered online to students in grades 3-13 in May, and asks students to reflect on their experience with their school. This survey is different than the Student Perception Survey, which students take in the Fall semester. The Student Satisfaction Survey is mandatory for all schools, and is included in the School Performance Framework.
Results from all surveys are ANONYMOUS and CONFIDENTIAL.