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What is the Parent Climate Survey? Why is it important?

  • It’s the primary way that we get information from parents across the district about what they like about their children’s schools and the things that could be better.
  • The results are returned to each principal and are posted the district website.
  • Increasing survey participation is one of the Districts strategic goals.
  • The results are used as part of the campus improvement planning (CIP) process.

How long will the survey be available?

  • This year, the electronic survey will be available through February 9

How long does it take?

  • The parent survey is the shortest of climate surveys. It should take only 1-5 minutes.

What should you know before you begin?

  • the survey is anonymous, so you can be completely honest;
  • you should submit a separate survey for each student;
  • your voices and opinions matter;
  • participating can help make your campus community a better place!

Free and Reduced School Lunch Application

Fill out your Free and Reduced Lunch application online

Union Hill Parent Handbook: The link will allow families to view and/or print.
Kimberly Peterson, Round Rock ISD Parent Community Specialist
Union Hill Elementary

English Class
Tuesdays 8:30 – 9:30 a.m. (ESL Class)
Tuesdays 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. (Conversation)

Spanish Class
Tuesdays 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (beginning)

Here are just a few ways of how she can help bridge the gap between school and home for all families.

  •  Assist families with paperwork such as lunch forms, volunteer background check, or beginning of year forms.
  •  Help contact a parent/teacher about an issue with their student/teacher such as homework completion, grades, tests, etc.
  •  Help with particular needs for families  (school supplies, clothes closet, home computer).
  •  Help families navigate the school website, sign up for HAC, E-News, etc.
  •  Connect families with community and school resources.
  •  Provide or facilitate educational opportunities for which families have shown an interest (ESL Classes, Computer Classes, Health and Wellness, etc.)
  •  Work with staff to plan/promote campus programs and events.

See her website for more information and resources.

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