ROSELLE, NJ – Roselle Public Schools has launched a “Climate and Culture Survey” for parents to give input on questions that vary from how safe a student feels when attending school to how satisfied parents are with their children’s education.

According to school officials, there are no more than 30 questions on the survey, depending on which school a student attends. They also noted that the questions are available in English, Spanish and Creole. 

The survey will be available on the district’s website and the individual school sites through Saturday, November 30, and parents can access the survey by going to, hitting “click here” and then navigating to their student’s school. 

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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. Laptops will also be available at parent-teacher conferences for any parent that doesn’t have access to the survey.

“Launching this survey is a critical, beginning step toward creating our district-wide strategic plan,” explained Assistant Superintendent Dr. Lissette Gonzalez-Perez. “We want to hear from you to help improve our district. This is one of your opportunities to have a strong and clear voice about the direction of our school system.” 

School officials say the strategic plan articulates the district’s mission and vision, as well as the goals and objectives needed to achieve greater success. Roselle Public Schools’ updated vision states: “Roselle – a great district, working together, always rising.”

Students and teachers will also be surveyed to glean feedback from all vital stakeholders.

“The district is always seeking new ways in which to engage its primary stakeholders - parents, teachers, and students - and this survey is just another way for us to achieve our long-term goals,” said Interim Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Baker. “We strongly encourage all parents to participate in this survey. We are eager to review everyone’s feedback and plot a plan moving forward.”

School officials said the results from the survey will be shared once all data has been collected.

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