Survey Marketing Tools – English

NH Connections has developed tools to help spread the word about the Parent Involvement Survey.  Feel free to use any of the newsletter articles, videos or other tools we’ve posted in your newsletters or on your websites!  If there’s something you need for marketing, but don’t see here, let us know and we’ll help to create it if we can!

Some marketing strategies districts and parent groups have used include:

  • Discussing the survey at IEP Meetings
  • Personal phone calls, emails or letters from case managers or Special Education Administrators
  • District letter from Special Education Administrator telling families about how they have utilized the information they’ve gained from the survey

Flyers and other documents

Parent Survey Flyers 2017 English

FAQs – for administrators

FAQs – for parents in English

Sample email to parents

Script for phone messaging systems

Social media content

Survey Link for school Web sites

Articles

At the end of the Parent Involvement survey is a space for parents to write the name of what school their child attends. This will help Gibson Consulting Group (the independent company who administrates the survey for NH) give more specific data to school districts on how well they are involving parents of children with disabilities. This is an exciting opportunity and we encourage you to list your child’s school so we can better understand the needs of families of children with disabilities and find ways to strengthen family-school partnerships in special education.

Didn’t receive your survey or misplaced it? You can fill it out on-line at www.NHParent.com or you can contact Gibson Consulting Group at jcarle@gibsonconsult.com or 1-877-328-0884

We really do take the information we learn from the annual Parent Involvement Survey in Special Education seriously. As a result of last year’s survey, we’ve….(list some things you’ve done). The Parent Involvement Survey in Special Education is sent by the NH Department of Education to all families of children with IEPs each spring. We want to hear from you! This survey contains a unique opportunity for you to share how well you feel the school district is involving you in your child’s education. Keep your eye out for the survey!

We know, strange question, but if your child has an IEP you should keep a look out for it! Each spring the NH Department of Education sends home a Parent Involvement Survey in Special Education in an envelope that looks like the picture above. This survey is an opportunity for you to share how well you feel your school district is involving you in your child’s education. The state uses a company called Gibson Consulting Group to make sure that the survey is completely anonymous. The information learned from the survey helps the NH Department of Education and your local school district better understand the needs of families of children with disabilities and find ways to strengthen family-school partnerships in special education. Look for this envelope and your survey to come in the mail by April 4th.Envelope

Each spring the NH Department of Education sends home a Parent Involvement Survey in Special Education to get a sense of how well school districts are involving parents of children with disabilities in their children’s education. Surveys have already been sent. Please take a few minutes to fill it out and send it back. The state uses a company called Gibson Consulting Group to make sure that the survey is completely anonymous. The information learned from the survey helps the NH Department of Education and your local school district better understand the needs of families of children with disabilities and find ways to strengthen family-school partnerships in special education.

Didn’t receive your survey or misplaced it? You can fill it out on-line at www.NHParent.com or you can contact Gibson Consulting Group at jcarle@gibsonconsult.com or 1-877-328-0884

Opinions Wanted! Each spring the NH Department of Education sends home a Parent Involvement Survey in Special Education to get a sense of how well school districts are involving parents of children with disabilities in their children’s education. If your child has an IEP, you should have already received your survey. Great news! If you’d rather, you can also fill it out on-line by following the link: www.NHParent.com.

If you need help completing the survey or a translator, you can contact Gibson Consulting Group at jcarle@gibsonconsult.com or 1-877-328-0884

We would like to thank all the parents of children with IEPs who took the time to complete the Parent Involvement Survey in Special Education. The survey results help us to be sure we are involving families like you in their children’s education and provides us with important information on how we can continue to improve. Stay tuned for upcoming activities!