Hopewell Valley officials periodically invite you to share your opinion on ongoing district initiatives. Past surveys covered the topics of the strategic plan, curricular programs, and the before-school and after-school care programs in our schools.
SURVEYS (March 2013)
SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY SURVEY
In September 2012, the Hopewell Valley Regional School District implemented two projects to foster the use of technology in our classrooms. At Central High School and Timberlane Middle School, several teachers are piloting a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program and throughout the district, iPad carts, purchased through the generous support of the Hopewell Valley Education Foundation, are in use.
As we begin to plan for the next school year and beyond, it is important that we assess the impact of these projects. This survey, in addition to internet usage data and anecdotal case studies, will inform our decision making as we plan.
Please provide your feedback by completing this very brief survey.
The School Technology survey can be accessed at:
Special Needs Recreation Survey Results
The Hopewell Valley Special Needs Advisory Committee solicited community input regarding the participation in recreational activities of special needs community members.
School Climate and Culture Survey Results
Each year, the district provides parents, staff and students the opportunity to provide input on the culture and climate of their school. The results are reveiwed annually and compared against the results from previous years.
Bring Your Own Device (May 2012)