Halton District School Board invites input in ‘Tell Them From Me’ Parent Survey


Beginning Monday, April 28 and running through to Friday, May 30, 2014, all parents/guardians with children in the Halton District School Board are invited to complete the annual ‘Tell Them From Me’ Partners in Learning Parent Survey. Parents/guardians will be emailed instructions and a link to the online survey starting on April 28.

Parents will be asked about issues related to learning opportunities, communication, school culture and climate. The information gathered from the survey is used to help schools continue to create positive school climates, to inform annual bullying intervention plans, and for parents to have a voice in creating a supportive community at school.
Parents may complete the survey from wherever Internet access is available. If parents do not have Internet access, they are asked to discuss alternatives with their child’s school.

Students and teachers are invited to complete a similar version of the ‘Tell Them From Me’ survey at school. Participants are never asked for a name or any information that could potentially identity them. Individual responses will be grouped together for analysis.


Those who have any questions about the survey can contact Frank Nezavdal in the Department of Research and Accountability at 905-335-3663, ext. 3381 or by email at nezavdalf@hdsb.ca. If you have any difficulties accessing the survey or require technical assistance please contact the HDSB Information Centre at 905-333-4372 (HDSB) or 1-888-432-4372 (HDSB), Monday to Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. or by email at informationcentre@hdsb.ca.


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