SAC City DAC Parent and Community School Consolidation Survey Results Summary by coopmike48

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									SAC City DAC Parent and Community School Consolidation Survey
1. How many school-age children do you have (K-12)? Response Percent none 1 2 3 4 5+ 6.1% 47.6% 35.4% 8.5% 1.2% 1.2% answered question skipped question Response Count 5 39 29 7 1 1 82 6

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2. Which Elementary school(s) is in your neighborhood? Closest to your home.

A. M. Winn Elementary School

Abraham Lincoln Elementary School

Alice Birney Elementary School

Bowling Green Center for O.H. - Year Round

Bowling Green Year Round (Charter School)

Bret Harte - Year Round

Caleb Greenwood - K-8

Camellia Basic

Capital City/Independent Study - K-8

Caroline Wenzel

Cesar E. Chavez

Clayton B. Wire

School

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

3.6% (3)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

12.0% (10)

4.8% (4)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

3.6% (3)

0.0% (0)

1.2% (1)

Near your home.

A. M. Winn Elementary School

Abraham Lincoln Elementary School

Alice Birney Elementary School

Bowling Green Center for O.H. - Year Round

Bowling Green Year Round (Charter School)

Bret Harte - Year Round

Caleb Greenwood - K-8

Camellia Basic

Capital City/Independent Study - K-8

Caroline Wenzel

Cesar E. Chavez

Clayton B. Wire

School

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

1.6% (1)

0.0% (0)

1.6% (1)

0.0% (0)

1.6% (1)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

3.3% (2)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

Near your home but too far for your child to atend.

A. M. Winn Elementary School

Abraham Lincoln Elementary School

Alice Birney Elementary School

Bowling Green Center for O.H. - Year Round

Bowling Green Year Round (Charter School)

Bret Harte - Year Round

Caleb Greenwood - K-8

Camellia Basic

Capital City/Independent Study - K-8

Caroline Wenzel

Cesar E. Chavez

Clayton B. Wire

School

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

8.3% (3)

0.0% (0)

2.8% (1)

8.3% (3)

2.8% (1)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

2.8% (1)

0.0% (0)
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0.0% (0)

3. Which Middle School is in your neighborhood? (please note: K-8 schools listed under Elementary schools) Closest to your home. School of California Middle Fern Bacon Basic Middle John H. Still Middle Kit Carson Middle Rosa Parks Sam Brannan Middle Engineering and Sciences (Grades 7-12) 8.1% (6) Sutter Middle Will C. Wood Response Count

Albert Einstein Middle

School Near your home.

1.4% (1)

44.6% (33)

1.4% (1)

1.4% (1)

1.4% (1)

1.4% (1)

17.6% (13)

17.6% (13)

5.4% (4)

74

Albert Einstein Middle

California Middle

Fern Bacon Basic Middle

John H. Still Middle

Kit Carson Middle

Rosa Parks

Sam Brannan Middle

School of Engineering and Sciences (Grades 7-12) 0.0% (0)

Sutter Middle

Will C. Wood

Response Count

School

0.0% (0)

22.2% (10)

2.2% (1)

0.0% (0)

11.1% (5)

2.2% (1)

26.7% (12)

33.3% (15)

2.2% (1)

45

Near your home but too far for your child to atend. School of Engineering and Sciences (Grades 7-12) 0.0% (0)

Albert Einstein Middle

California Middle

Fern Bacon Basic Middle

John H. Still Middle

Kit Carson Middle

Rosa Parks

Sam Brannan Middle

Sutter Middle

Will C. Wood

Response Count

School

9.5% (2)

14.3% (3)

9.5% (2)

4.8% (1)

9.5% (2)

0.0% (0)

19.0% (4)

28.6% (6)

4.8% (1)

21 5 74

My school was not listed and it is: answered question

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4. Which High School is in your neighborhood? Closest to your home. Sacramento New Technology High School (Charter School) 1.4% (1)

George Washington Carver Social Justice High School

American Legion

Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School

C. K. McClatchy High

Capital City/Independent Study

Genesis (Charter School)

Hiram W. Johnson High

John F. Kennedy High

Luther Burbank High

Rosemont

School Near your home.

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

61.6% (45)

0.0% (0)

1.4% (1)

6.8% (5)

16.4% (12)

1.4% (1)

2.7% (2)

George Washington Carver Social Justice High School

American Legion

Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School

Sacramento C. K. McClatchy High Capital City/Independent Study Genesis (Charter School) Hiram W. Johnson High John F. Kennedy High Luther Burbank High New Technology High School (Charter School) 4.8% (2)

Rosemont

School

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

2.4% (1)

16.7% (7)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

9.5% (4)

33.3% (14)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

Near your home but too far for your child to atend. Sacramento New Technology High School (Charter School) 0.0% (0)

George Washington Carver Social Justice High School

American Legion

Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School

C. K. McClatchy High

Capital City/Independent Study

Genesis (Charter School)

Hiram W. Johnson High

John F. Kennedy High

Luther Burbank High

Rosemont

School

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

10.5% (2)

5.3% (1)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

31.6% (6)

15.8% (3)

5.3% (1)

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5. What school(s) does your child/children attend (may not be located in your neighborhood)? Elementary School

A. M. Winn Elementary School

Abraham Lincoln Elementary School

Alice Birney Elementary School

Bowling Green Center for O.H. - Year Round

Bowling Green Year Round (Charter School)

Bret Harte - Year Round

Caleb Greenwood - K-8

Camellia Basic

Capital City/Independent Study - K-8

Caroline Wenzel

Cesar E. Chavez

Clayton B. Wire

Child 1

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

1.6% (1)

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

4.7% (3)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

1.6% (1)

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

1.6% (1) 4.0% (1) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

Child 2

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

4.0% (1)

Child 3

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

Child 4

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

Child 5

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

0.0% (0)

Middle School

Albert Einstein Middle

California Middle

Child 1 Child 2 Child 3

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

20.0% (2) 16.7% (1) 0.0% (0)
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Child 4 Child 5 High School

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

George Washington Carver Social Justice High School Child 1 Child 2 Child 3 Child 4 Child 5 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

American Legion

Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

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6. My child/children attend(s) Response Percent Public school Non-local public school Charter school Private school Does not attend school yet Graduated Other (please specify) 92.6% 1.2% 3.7% 4.9% 4.9% 1.2% 3.7% answered question skipped question Response Count 75 1 3 4 4 1 3 81 7

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7. What is your impression of the public elementary school in your neighborhood? Response Percent Positive impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending this school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending this school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending another local public school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending a private school. No schools are located in my neighborhood. Undecided. Response Count

51.3%

41

0.0%

0

41.3%

33

0.0%

0

0.0%

0

7.5% answered question skipped question

6 80 8

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8. What is your impression of the public middle school in your neighborhood? Response Percent Positive impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending this school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending this school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending another local public school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending a private school. No schools are located in my neighborhood. Undecided. Response Count

38.0%

30

3.8%

3

22.8%

18

0.0%

0

3.8%

3

31.6% answered question skipped question

25 79 9

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9. What is your impression of the public high school in your neighborhood? Response Percent Positive impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending this school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending this school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending another local public school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending a private school. No schools are located in my neighborhood. Undecided. Response Count

36.3%

29

5.0%

4

16.3%

13

6.3%

5

3.8%

3

32.5% answered question skipped question

26 80 8

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10. What is your impression of the public school in your Child attends? Response Percent Positive impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending this school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending this school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending another local public school. Negative impression; my child/children are, or will be, attending a private school. Undecided. 3.9% Other (please specify) answered question skipped question 3 12 77 11 Response Count

92.2%

71

1.3%

1

2.6%

2

0.0%

0

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11. What improvements need to be made in the public schools of your neighborhood? Rating Average 3.51 Response Count 74

Not Important at all

Somewhat Important

Important

Very Important

Extremely Important

N/A

Better test scores More classroom supplies and equipment Organized, attractive classrooms and school grounds Enrichment classes like art, music, and sports More parent involvement More field trips More science More math Physical education classes in elementary schools Special education/needs classes Before and After School Programs A library open after school hours for community use “Private business on campus e. g. 7-11, Starbuck Coffee etc.” In-school child care centers Community resource center with computers

12.2% (9)

9.5% (7)

20.3% (15)

21.6% (16)

29.7% (22)

6.8% (5)

2.8% (2)

6.9% (5)

20.8% (15)

27.8% (20)

36.1% (26)

5.6% (4)

3.93

72

4.1% (3)

4.1% (3)

25.7% (19)

33.8% (25)

24.3% (18)

8.1% (6)

3.76

74

0.0% (0)

2.6% (2)

7.9% (6)

25.0% (19)

63.2% (48)

1.3% (1)

4.51

76

1.3% (1) 2.7% (2) 1.4% (1) 6.8% (5)

6.6% (5) 16.2% (12) 2.7% (2) 5.5% (4)

6.6% (5) 32.4% (24) 13.7% (10) 20.5% (15)

28.9% (22) 18.9% (14) 38.4% (28) 30.1% (22)

52.6% (40) 27.0% (20) 41.1% (30) 31.5% (23)

3.9% (3) 2.7% (2) 2.7% (2) 5.5% (4)

4.30 3.53 4.18 3.78

76 74 73 73

1.4% (1)

4.1% (3)

18.9% (14)

37.8% (28)

32.4% (24)

5.4% (4)

4.01

74

2.8% (2) 4.1% (3)

12.5% (9) 4.1% (3)

20.8% (15) 28.8% (21)

31.9% (23) 20.5% (15)

19.4% (14) 34.2% (25)

12.5% (9) 8.2% (6)

3.60 3.84

72 73

24.3% (18)

24.3% (18)

9.5% (7)

16.2% (12)

17.6% (13)

8.1% (6)

2.76

74

71.6% (53)

9.5% (7)

5.4% (4)

1.4% (1)

5.4% (4)

6.8% (5)

1.49

74

9.6% (7)

21.9% (16)

19.2% (14)

9.6% (7)

27.4% (20)

12.3% (9)

3.27

73

18.8% (13)

24.6% (17)

17.4% (12)

11.6% (8)

14.5% (10)

13.0% (9)

2.75
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Would you favor adding partners (City or County Services or private businesses) to develop a revenue stream that might keep small size schools open. 22.9% (16) 15.7% (11) 20.0% (14) 12.9% (9) 24.3% (17) 4.3% (3) 3.00 70

Community Services or other services including businesses that would enhance school site.n Add your suggestion: answered question skipped question

22 77 11

12. Child 1 The following questions ask about your current level of satisfaction with the YOUR School. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is completely dissatisfied and 5 is completely satisfied, how satisfied are you with each item? Neither Dissatisfied or Satisfied 4.1% (3) 6.8% (5) 5.4% (4) 5.4% (4) Rating Average 4.38 4.35 4.31 4.14 answered question skipped question Response Count 74 74 74 74 74 14

Completely Dissatisfied

Dissatisfied

Satisfied

Completely Satisfied

Your location Your student body size Your diversity Your morning start time

4.1% (3) 5.4% (4) 4.1% (3) 5.4% (4)

5.4% (4) 1.4% (1) 4.1% (3) 12.2% (9)

21.6% (16) 25.7% (19) 29.7% (22) 17.6% (13)

64.9% (48) 60.8% (45) 56.8% (42) 59.5% (44)

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13. Child 2 The following questions ask about your current level of satisfaction with the YOUR School. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is completely dissatisfied and 5 is completely satisfied, how satisfied are you with each item? Completely Dissatisfied Your location Your student body size Your diversity Your morning start time 2.3% (1) 4.7% (2) 2.4% (1) 7.0% (3) Neither Dissatisfied or Satisfied 4.7% (2) 2.3% (1) 0.0% (0) 2.3% (1) Rating Average 4.50 4.39 4.58 4.15 Response Count 43 43 42 43 43 45

Dissatisfied

Satisfied

Completely Satisfied

N/A

2.3% (1) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 4.7% (2)

11.6% (5) 23.3% (10) 23.8% (10) 18.6% (8)

53.5% (23) 46.5% (20) 52.4% (22) 44.2% (19)

25.6% (11) 23.3% (10) 21.4% (9) 23.3% (10)

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14. Child 3 The following questions ask about your current level of satisfaction with the YOUR School. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is completely dissatisfied and 5 is completely satisfied, how satisfied are you with each item? Completely Dissatisfied Your location Your student body size Your diversity Your morning start time 5.6% (1) 5.6% (1) 5.6% (1) 5.6% (1) Neither Dissatisfied or Satisfied 5.6% (1) 0.0% (0) 11.1% (2) 11.1% (2) Rating Average 4.00 4.29 3.71 3.63 Response Count 18 18 18 18 18 70

Dissatisfied

Satisfied

Completely Satisfied

N/A

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 5.6% (1)

5.6% (1) 5.6% (1) 5.6% (1) 0.0% (0)

22.2% (4) 27.8% (5) 16.7% (3) 22.2% (4)

61.1% (11) 61.1% (11) 61.1% (11) 55.6% (10)

answered question skipped question

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15. Child 4 The following questions ask about your current level of satisfaction with the YOUR School. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is completely dissatisfied and 5 is completely satisfied, how satisfied are you with each item? Completely Dissatisfied Your location Your student body size Your diversity Your morning start time 7.1% (1) 7.7% (1) 7.7% (1) 7.7% (1) Neither Dissatisfied or Satisfied 7.1% (1) 0.0% (0) 7.7% (1) 0.0% (0) Rating Average 2.00 1.50 2.00 3.00 Response Count 14 13 13 13 14 74

Dissatisfied

Satisfied

Completely Satisfied

N/A

0.0% (0) 7.7% (1) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 7.7% (1)

85.7% (12) 84.6% (11) 84.6% (11) 84.6% (11)

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16. Child 5 The following questions ask about your current level of satisfaction with the YOUR School. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is completely dissatisfied and 5 is completely satisfied, how satisfied are you with each item? Completely Dissatisfied Your location Your student body size Your diversity Your morning start time 8.3% (1) 8.3% (1) 8.3% (1) 8.3% (1) Neither Dissatisfied or Satisfied 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) Rating Average 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Response Count 12 12 12 12 12 76

Dissatisfied

Satisfied

Completely Satisfied

N/A

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0) 0.0% (0)

91.7% (11) 91.7% (11) 91.7% (11) 91.7% (11)

answered question skipped question

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17. The following questions ask about your priorities for your child’s school. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is not at all important and 5 is extremely important, how important do you think each of the following items is? Rating Average 3.29 2.36 3.63 3.35 3.16 3.18 4.35 4.24 3.82 Response Count 73 74 70 75 74 73 74 75 72 14 76 12

Not at all Important

Somewhat Important

Important

Very Important

Extremely Important

Small size (320 students) Multi-grade classes Current alternative curriculum Ethnic diversity Economic diversity School day start time Maintaining current teaching staff Maintaining current location Before and After School Programs

13.7% (10) 39.2% (29) 11.4% (8) 10.7% (8) 10.8% (8) 6.8% (5) 0.0% (0) 4.0% (3) 5.6% (4)

20.5% (15) 14.9% (11) 8.6% (6) 13.3% (10) 20.3% (15) 23.3% (17) 4.1% (3) 5.3% (4) 9.7% (7)

16.4% (12) 25.7% (19) 22.9% (16) 25.3% (19) 28.4% (21) 32.9% (24) 14.9% (11) 12.0% (9) 22.2% (16)

21.9% (16) 10.8% (8) 20.0% (14) 32.0% (24) 23.0% (17) 19.2% (14) 23.0% (17) 20.0% (15) 22.2% (16)

27.4% (20) 9.5% (7) 37.1% (26) 18.7% (14) 17.6% (13) 17.8% (13) 58.1% (43) 58.7% (44) 40.3% (29)

Other (please specify) answered question skipped question

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18. If Your School moved to: Rating Average 1.52 1.82 1.65 1.72 2.06 answered question skipped question Response Count 71 71 71 71 72 72 16

Strongly Oppose

Oppose

Neither Oppose or Support

Support

Strongly Support

North Area South Area East Area West Area Central Area

71.8% (51) 60.6% (43) 67.6% (48) 66.2% (47) 51.4% (37)

12.7% (9) 12.7% (9) 11.3% (8) 9.9% (7) 12.5% (9)

11.3% (8) 16.9% (12) 12.7% (9) 12.7% (9) 20.8% (15)

0.0% (0) 4.2% (3) 5.6% (4) 8.5% (6) 9.7% (7)

4.2% (3) 5.6% (4) 2.8% (2) 2.8% (2) 5.6% (4)

19. The following questions ask about your preferences if Your School moves to another location. A move would involve the majority of students, teachers and administration relocating to another building. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is strongly oppose and 5 is strongly support, what is your level of support for moves under the following scenarios? Response Count

Strongly Oppose

Oppose

Neither Oppose or Support

Support

Strongly Support

If the move resulted in a change to a 7:55 start time If the move resulted in a change to an 8:25 start time If the move involved locating to a building where the closed school community supported the plan If the move involved locating to a building where the closed school community did not support the plan

44.3% (31)

17.1% (12)

22.9% (16)

10.0% (7)

5.7% (4)

70

19.1% (13)

14.7% (10)

41.2% (28)

19.1% (13)

5.9% (4)

68

14.5% (10)

11.6% (8)

42.0% (29)

24.6% (17)

7.2% (5)

69

36.2% (25)

27.5% (19)

30.4% (21)

2.9% (2)

2.9% (2)

69

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If the move resulted in an increase in SCUSD diversity If the move resulted in a decrease in SCUSD diversity If the move resulted in no Before and After School Programs

18.3% (13)

12.7% (9)

50.7% (36)

14.1% (10)

4.2% (3)

71

22.5% (16)

25.4% (18)

47.9% (34)

2.8% (2)

1.4% (1)

71

50.7% (36)

23.9% (17)

23.9% (17)

1.4% (1)

0.0% (0)

71

answered question skipped question

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20. The following questions ask about your preferences regarding an increase in the number of students at your School. The various increases described below will impact both district budgetary concerns and ethnic and economic diversity. Maximum class size is defined as 20 students per class in grades K to 3, and 32 students per class in grades 4 to 12. Currently SCUSD has an average of 19-20 students per class in grades K to 3 and grades 4-12 average class size is 23-27. District average class size for 2007-2008 was 24.1 for all grades. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is strongly oppose and 5 is strongly support, what is your level of support for increasing the number of students? Response Count

Strongly Oppose

Oppose

Neither Oppose or Support

Support

Strongly Support

Maintain current size (~340 students) Grow to maximum class size without adding any classrooms (+80 students by filling classroom to maximum, ~420 students) Increase by 1 classroom of 20 students per class at each mixed grade level (i.e. add 5 classes = +100 students, ~440 students) Increase by 1 classroom of maximum size at each mixed grade level (i.e. add +180 students, ~520 students) Increase by 1 classroom of

8.6% (6)

2.9% (2)

17.1% (12)

28.6% (20)

42.9% (30)

70

30.9% (21)

16.2% (11)

19.1% (13)

23.5% (16)

10.3% (7)

68

26.9% (18)

16.4% (11)

31.3% (21)

17.9% (12)

7.5% (5)

67

33.8% (23)

25.0% (17)

20.6% (14)

16.2% (11)

4.4% (3)

68

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maximum size at each mixed grade level and add a small program such as one of SCUSD’s bilingual programs (i.e. add +280 students,~620 students) Increase size gradually over 9 years by adding 1 classroom per year starting with kindergarten class (adding students yearly to a maximum size of 440 students)

27.9% (19)

27.9% (19)

23.5% (16)

19.1% (13)

1.5% (1)

68

23.5% (16)

13.2% (9)

22.1% (15)

35.3% (24)

5.9% (4)

68

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21. The following questions ask about your opinion regarding various general consolidation possibilities. A closure involves closing a school, the choice of a new school for those children, and the reassignment of administration and staff for the closed school. A merger involves the joining of two separate programs/schools with different students, teachers and administrators into a single school with a common student body, curriculum, teachers and administration. A merger would involve at least some change in the leadership, teaching staff, curriculum, and/or size. Using a scale of 1 to 5,where 1 is strongly opposed and 5 is strongly support, how likely are you to support one of the following options? Response Count

Strongly Oppose

Oppose

Neither Oppose or Support

Support

Strongly Support

In general, reducing the number of schools from 86 to 70 In general, merging 2 pairs of schools (4 schools down to 2 schools) In general, closing 2 schools and moving 2 different schools into those buildings

42.3% (30)

14.1% (10)

22.5% (16)

18.3% (13)

2.8% (2)

71

33.8% (24)

15.5% (11)

22.5% (16)

23.9% (17)

4.2% (3)

71

41.7% (30)

23.6% (17)

19.4% (14)

13.9% (10)

1.4% (1)

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22. The following questions ask about your opinion regarding various consolidation possibilities specific to YOUR School. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is strongly opposed and 5 is strongly support, how likely are you to support one of the following options? Neither Oppose or Support Response Count

Strongly Oppose

Oppose

Support

Strongly Support

N/A

Any merger at the current YOUR school location regardless of size Any merger at another location regardless of size Continue to share current building with ......... Sharing current building with another school of similar size Sharing a different building with another school of similar size Sharing current building with another school of similar philosophy Sharing a different building with another school of similar philosophy Staying in current building and gradually becoming a large school (over 430) Staying in current building and immediately becoming a large school (over 430) Moving to a new building and gradually becoming a large school (over 430) Moving to a new building and

61.8% (42)

19.1% (13)

11.8% (8)

2.9% (2)

2.9% (2)

1.5% (1)

68

55.9% (38)

14.7% (10)

20.6% (14)

5.9% (4)

1.5% (1)

1.5% (1)

68

21.9% (14)

14.1% (9)

20.3% (13)

9.4% (6)

3.1% (2)

31.3% (20)

64

57.4% (39)

17.6% (12)

10.3% (7)

2.9% (2)

4.4% (3)

7.4% (5)

68

61.8% (42)

20.6% (14)

8.8% (6)

1.5% (1)

2.9% (2)

4.4% (3)

68

44.1% (30)

25.0% (17)

10.3% (7)

13.2% (9)

4.4% (3)

2.9% (2)

68

49.3% (33)

26.9% (18)

9.0% (6)

7.5% (5)

4.5% (3)

3.0% (2)

67

25.4% (17)

14.9% (10)

19.4% (13)

19.4% (13)

14.9% (10)

6.0% (4)

67

39.7% (27)

25.0% (17)

16.2% (11)

7.4% (5)

4.4% (3)

7.4% (5)

68

50.0% (34)

20.6% (14)

8.8% (6)

7.4% (5)

8.8% (6)

4.4% (3)

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immediately becoming a large school (over 430)

60.3% (41)

14.7% (10)

8.8% (6)

5.9% (4)

4.4% (3)

5.9% (4)

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23. Would you stay with YOUR school if: Response Count

Definitely No

No

Neither No or Yes

Yes

Definitely Yes

You were very unhappy with a new location for YOUR school You were very unhappy with a new start time for YOUR school You were very unhappy with the new student body size for YOUR school You were very unhappy with changes in the curriculum, philosophy or staff for YOUR school (Staff Only) Your teaching team was broken up

34.8% (23)

19.7% (13)

27.3% (18)

12.1% (8)

6.1% (4)

66

3.0% (2)

13.4% (9)

41.8% (28)

23.9% (16)

17.9% (12)

67

16.4% (11)

22.4% (15)

43.3% (29)

11.9% (8)

6.0% (4)

67

55.9% (38)

23.5% (16)

11.8% (8)

2.9% (2)

5.9% (4)

68

51.6% (16)

6.5% (2)

32.3% (10)

9.7% (3)

0.0% (0)

31

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24. Would you try to transfer to another school public school if: Response Count

Definitely No

No

Neither No or Yes

Yes

Definitely Yes

You were very unhappy with a new location for YOUR school You were very unhappy with a new start time for YOUR school You were very unhappy with the new student body size for YOUR school You were very unhappy with changes in the curriculum, philosophy or staff for YOUR school (Staff Only) Your teaching team was broken up

7.4% (5)

8.8% (6)

30.9% (21)

26.5% (18)

26.5% (18)

68

19.1% (13)

22.1% (15)

36.8% (25)

14.7% (10)

7.4% (5)

68

8.8% (6)

2.9% (2)

45.6% (31)

29.4% (20)

13.2% (9)

68

7.4% (5)

1.5% (1)

14.7% (10)

33.8% (23)

42.6% (29)

68

12.5% (4)

0.0% (0)

43.8% (14)

21.9% (7)

21.9% (7)

32

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25. Would you consider leaving Public Schools if you were very unhappy with changes at YOUR school? Response Percent Definitely No No Neither No or Yes Yes Definitely Yes 5.8% 5.8% 10.1% 34.8% 43.5% Other (please specify) answered question skipped question Response Count 4 4 7 24 30 4 69 19

26. Are you a parent/guardian or teacher at SCUSD (check all that apply)? Response Percent Parent/guardian Teacher 100.0% 3.0% Other (please specify) answered question skipped question Response Count 66 2 3 66 22

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27. If you have children, how many are enrolled at SCUSD schools? (If 0, skip to next page) Response Percent 0 1 2 3 4 5+ 4.3% 50.0% 38.6% 7.1% 0.0% 0.0% answered question skipped question Response Count 3 35 27 5 0 0 70 18

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28. What is the race of your child (children)? Please mark one or more. Response Percent White Black or African-American Asian Hispanic or Latino Multi-racial 68.8% 3.1% 10.9% 12.5% 7.8% Other, please write in: answered question skipped question Response Count 44 2 7 8 5 5 64 24

29. Is your child (children) eligible for free or reduced meals? Response Percent Yes No 8.8% 91.2% answered question skipped question Response Count 6 62 68 20

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30. What are your major concerns regarding the consolidation process? Response Count 49 answered question skipped question 49 39

31. What would you propose as a school consolidation program? Response Count 38 answered question skipped question 38 50

32. Do you have any other comments? Response Count 28 answered question skipped question 28 60

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