Parents and other school community members are encouraged to share their viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly those concerning digital learning and the use of technology to support future ready schools, by participating in the Speak Up Project for Digital Learning, facilitated by Project Tomorrow.  The annual national research project gives education stakeholders the opportunity to ensure their voice is heard not only at Southern Columbia, but at the state and national level as findings are summarized and shared with national and state policy makers every year. Speak Up is both a national research project and a free service to all schools and districts as participating schools and districts can access their local data online, free-of-charge in February 2019. Your participation in this project will entail taking a 20-minute, confidential survey.
 
Links to this year's survey are below. Select your group (e.g. parents, teachers) and click on the link to begin the survey.
 
 
SCA Middle School
Grade 5
Grade 6-8
SCA High School
Grade 9-12

 

District Wide Participants
Teacher
Librarians & Media Specialists
District Administrator
Technology Leaders Survey
Parent Survey
Community Members and Business Partners

 

Special Features

An anonymous way for you to submit a tip to your school is now available. You do not need to share your name, phone number or anything unless you want to.  You can submit a tip three ways: online, by making a phone call, or by using the Safe2Say Something App. What types of things should you report? If it makes you uncomfortable, submit a tip.Learn More

Parents and other school community members are encouraged to share their viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly those concerning digital learning and the use of technology to support future ready schools, by participating in the Speak Up Project for Digital Learning, facilitated by Project Tomorrow.  The annual national research project gives education stakeholders the opportunity to ensure their voice is heard not only at Southern Columbia, but at the state and national level as findings are summarized aLearn More