Bayport-Blue Point District Seeks Input on Key School Issues

Online survey will be available Jan. 21 and is focused on gathering parents, teachers, staff and student feedback.

The Bayport-Blue Point School District is asking parents, teachers, staff, middle school students and high school students to participate in a Perspectives on the Schools survey that will launch on Tuesday, January 21. 

The survey seeks community member views on key issues like the quality of education, parent engagement, district leadership and other issues relative to school function and relationships with stakeholders.

“There is great value in gathering this type of feedback from the residents who experience our schools on a daily basis,” said Dr. Vincent Butera, superintendent, in a release on the survey. “This survey is just one more tool to help us along the way as we focus on continuous improvement in line with our community’s expectations.”

Teachers and staff will receive email invitations to participate in the survey. Parents whose email addresses are on file with the district will receive email invitations as well, and students will be provided with a custom link. 

The survey will also be accessible via a public link on the district’s website

The confidentiality of survey respondents will be preserved to encourage wide participation and candid feedback. Following the close of the survey, a final report will be discussed and made available for the larger community.

The survey is designed and administered by independent technology and communications firm K12 Insight.


Tom Mariner January 17, 2014 at 06:54 AM
Is there going to be another survey that doesn't exclude those who pay for the schools, but don't have students currently enrolled or are employees? Not only are there residents in the Bayport / Bluepoint community who are smart enough to have and continue to invent tomorrow, but five figures a year in taxes would seem to earn us a voice .
Mike January 17, 2014 at 11:39 AM
Tom, the article includes a link to the districts website which will provide accessibility to those not included in the districts email system.


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