Clayton County schools seeks input from community

Clayton County Public Schools seeks input from its educators and community members as it implements actions to conduct a comprehensive needs assessment. This assessment is required by the Department of Federal Programs, under the auspices of the Georgia Department of Education.

The Comprehensive Needs Assessment survey will aid Clayton County Public Schools’ educators in determining existing trends and patterns that will support the identification of needs aligned to district effectiveness. The survey questions are based on the Georgia District Performance Standards.

The survey will take 15 to 20 minutes to complete and must be done by May 21.


Click on the link below to begin the survey. You have until May 21, 2017, to complete the survey. Thank you in advance for providing feedback that will help each of us improve our students’ educational outcomes.

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