Tiger Survey results
Posted Friday, November 22, 2013
We thank the 173 people who responded to our request for feedback. As our valued partner in the education of our students, we appreciate your effort in helping us determine both the district’s areas of strength and concerns you have about current practice. We will consider both as we move forward.
Overall our families were very pleased with quality of education provided at the Loveland City School District. Of those respondents, 94 percent felt that quality of education was good to excellent. The majority, 90 percent, felt that staff cared about their child. STEM, technology, and class size were the three highest priorities for the district to address.
Based on comments received we do have some areas that need to be considered:
• Expansion of Loveland High School courses (specifically Advanced Placement)
• Increased offering of academic-focused afterschool activities
• District-wide technology support
There were also comments about areas for improvement beyond academics. These included drug awareness, bus safety, school safety, school culture and school lunches.
The administrative team will review the survey results to consider how we can improve as a district.
Again, we thank you for taking the time to respond. Please see the downloadable file for the survey results in detail.