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The TLCC survey is a redesign of the former statewide educator survey known as the Colorado TELL. The TLCC survey covers 11 areas including: New Teacher Questions, School Leadership, Teacher Leadership, Managing School Conduct, Instructional Practices & Support, Professional Development, Time, Facilities & Resources, Community Support & Involvement, Overall Reflection, and District Support (only on the district-level report).  Although some questions are similar to those asked in the Colorado TELL, the TLCC varies. The TLCC survey was first administered in early 2018 and is provided by the state on alternating years. To view the results for Roaring Fork Schools and individual school reports, please visit the TLCC Survey website.

The TLCC survey is a redesign of the former statewide educator survey known as the Colorado TELL. The TLCC survey covers 11 areas including: New Teacher Questions, School Leadership, Teacher Leadership, Managing School Conduct, Instructional Practices & Support, Professional Development, Time, Facilities & Resources, Community Support & Involvement, Overall Reflection, and District Support (only on the district-level report).  Although some questions are similar to those asked in the Colorado TELL, the TLCC varies. The TLCC survey was first administered in early 2018 and is provided by the state on alternating years. To view the results for Roaring Fork Schools and individual school reports, please visit the TLCC Survey website.

Final 2018 19 Calendar

At the April 11, 2018 Board of Education meeting, the Roaring Fork Schools’ 2018-19 calendar was approved as presented upon the second and final reading. The planning process and feedback received is described in detail in this comprehensive summary. A draft for the 2019-20 school year will be presented at the April 25 board meeting for first reading.

The calendar committee is not proposing a later school day start for high schools for the 2018-19 calendar. However, the committee is still exploring a later start for high schools as an option for 2019-20 and beyond. The committee will be doing additional research and outreach to determine if a later start is the right decision for our high schools.

May 2017 Family Survey Results

When reviewing the Family Survey results, it is important to consider the limitations of the survey. First, the overall response rate was only 14% of the parent/guardian households in the Roaring Fork Schools, and the rate varied greatly by school. Second, this baseline administration of the survey did not capture a representative sample of our families. In fact, 89% of the respondents reported that English was the primary language spoken in the home, though English dominant households only comprise about 50% of our student body. Lastly, the reports show only the percentage of favorable responses. Favorable responses include only agree or strongly agree responses and across many of the questions, parents were neutral.

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