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Rowland Unified Seeks Community Input With District Survey

The following news release is courtesy of the Rowland Unified School District.

The Rowland Unified School District announced today it will launch once again its District Climate Survey, where the community can provide valuable feedback on programs and services the District provides. This recurring survey provides data responses that assist during planning and review of District operations and educational services. The District also announced that it will hold information meetings this month for parents to learn more about the Common Core State Standards, how it will impact their child, and will share the implementation efforts made in RUSD.

      District Climate Survey: To participate in the online survey (also available in Chinese, Korean and Spanish), the community can visit the “Your Voice” section of the District website www.RowlandSchools.org and on every school website. It is also located on the free Rowland Unified School District “Mobile App” available for iOS and Android phones/devices. The District Climate Survey is available now through January 30, 2014. Individuals who do not have access to computers may visit any RUSD school to take the survey online, or at the District Office located at 1830 S. Nogales Street in Rowland Heights, phone is (626)965-2541. The results from the survey will be shared with the community in the “Your Voice” section on websites in the Spring.

      Common Core Informational Meetings: Parents and interested community members are also invited to attend an informational meeting about the Common Core State Standards that will be implemented next year. The next meeting date is: Wednesday, January 22 at Giano Intermediate in the Multipurpose Room (located at 3223 S. Giano Avenue, West Covina 91792). For additional resources and information about the Common Core, a Parent Common Core Toolbox with videos and handouts is located on each RUSD school website or at www.RowlandSchools.org.


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