Tag: Miami Springs Middle School
The School Climate Surveys are an integral part of the District’s efforts to promote school improvement and educational accountability. School Climate Surveys of parents, students, and staff have been annually administered in the Miami-Dade County Public School district since the early 1990s. The purpose of these surveys is to gather information regarding what these groups think about the school and their perceptions concerning how the school can be improved.
SCHOOL CLIMATE SURVEY Your feedback matters!
Please click on the Survey that applies to you and take it online. ALL SURVEYS ARE COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS.
2021 Climate Survey for STUDENTS
2021 Climate Survey for PARENTS
2021 Climate Survey for TEACHERS
Miami Dade County Public Schools is embarking on the development of its next strategic plan, which will guide the school system in critical decision-making that will ultimately impact students, employees, and the community at large. As part of the strategic plan development process, the District is gathering input from stakeholder groups via a listening tour, focus groups, and a community-wide stakeholder survey. To that end, the District encourages all schools to support the District in its endeavors to capture stakeholder input via the community-wide survey by promoting its completion among stakeholder groups, including students, employees (both instructional and non-instructional), parents, and community partners. Please take a moment to complete the survey below. Let your voices be heard!
The online survey, which takes approximately 10 minutes to complete, should be submitted no later than Friday, April 2, 2021.
Starting the week of February 8, school sites across the District (with the exception of the 22 schools listed below) will conduct weekly meal distribution for remote learners on Thursdays only from 4:00- 5:30 pm.
Each Thursday, bulk meal items equal to 7 days of meals for each student will be provided. If your child(ren) are not with you during pick-up , please bring a student ID or other form of student identification.
A vehicle is needed to safely pick-up this larger amount of food and the distribution remains curbside and contactless.
The 22 schools listed below will continue to distribute meals twice per week on Tuesday and Thursday for the next two weeks.
|Loc. #||Site Name||Region|
|7751||Barbara Goleman Sr||N|
|7231||Carol City Sr.||N|
|1401||Charles Drew K-8||C|
|3621||Coconut Palm K-8||S|
|7071||Coral Gables Sr.||C|
|1331||Devon Aire K-8 Center||S|
|2001||Florida City ES||S|
|7191||Hialeah Gardens Sr||N|
|7131||Hialeah Miami Lakes Sr.||N|
|6301||John F. Kennedy Middle||N|
|7121||John Ferguson Sr||S|
|2901||Leisure City K-8||S|
|7141||Micheal Krop Sr.||N|
|7592||North Miami Sr.||N|
|4091||Olympia Heights ES||C|
|5931||Phillis Wheatley ES||C|
|7371||Robert Morgan Sr.||S|
|7241||Ronald Reagan Sr.||C|
|5201||South Hialeah ES||C|
|3051||Toussaint L’Ouverture ES||C|
|6961||West Miami Middle||C|