ROSELLE, NJ - Attention parents: during this critical period of home instruction, the Roselle Public Schools are looking for your input via a recently-launched digital learning survey.

The survey was launched this week in order to help the district identify each student’s digital experience at home.

Poll questions range from how many digital devices each family has at home to how comfortable each student is with using technology. The questionnaire is a total of 15 questions and is available in English, Spanish and Creole.

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A “digital device” is defined as the following: desktop computer (Mac or PC), tablet, laptop, cellular phone and a virtual reality device. 

Through Monday, March 23, this important survey will be available on the district’s website, the individual school sites and the district’s Facebook page. An email was also sent to all parents on March 19.

Parents can access the survey by going to and clicking on the “Home Technology Survey.” District administrators are asking parents to fill out the entire survey to provide the district with the most accurate feedback. 

Personal information, such as name, phone number and address, are not required to participate in the survey. Families just need an active email address to participate.

“We are looking to assess the needs of the entire school district through this survey,” explained Assistant Superintendent Dr. Lissette Gonzalez-Perez. “We want to hear from you to help improve home instruction and identify online resources that we can use to maximize each student’s educational experience at home.” 

The results of this survey will help the district better serve all students academically, she added.

“The district is seeking important feedback from each and every household so we can gauge the individual needs of our students,” added Interim Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Baker. “We are eager to review everyone’s feedback in the upcoming days to see how we can use technology for home instruction to ensure unified, seamless instruction.”

Results from the survey will be shared once all data has been collected.

For more information, parents/guardians are urged to visit or contact your child’s school principal via email.