CCSD Survey

CCSD Survey – 22’-23 Districtwide School Survey

The Clark County School District (CCSD) in Nevada conducts an annual Districtwide School Survey to gather feedback from parents, staff, and students about their experience with the district. The CCSD survey aims to measure satisfaction, assess the district’s performance, and identify areas for improvement.

’22-’23 Districtwide School Survey

The 22’-23 survey will be open to participants starting in January 2023. Parents, teachers, support staff, and students in grades 5-12 can provide their input through this important survey. The CCSD encourages maximum participation as the feedback will be used for planning purposes and resource allocation for the next academic year.

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The survey focuses on key aspects of the student and teacher experience in CCSD schools. Parents are asked questions about academics, safety, bullying, emotional support, school-home engagement, and satisfaction with facilities. Teachers are surveyed on professional development, leadership, resources, school climate, and parent involvement. Finally, students share their perspective on school safety, relationships with teachers, academic rigor, belonging, and college/career readiness.

The survey takes about 15-20 minutes to complete. Participants can access the survey online through the Infinite Campus parent/student portal or staff portal. The survey is voluntary and responses are anonymous. However, demographic data like school, grade level and zip code is collected. Once results are analyzed, findings will be shared with CCSD leadership, principals, and school organizations.

The Districtwide School Survey provides crucial insights that guide CCSD’s goals and strategic planning every year. It is an opportunity for the community to actively participate and have their voice heard. CCSD encourages everyone to complete the 22’-23 survey when it opens and help shape the direction of schools in Southern Nevada.

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The CCSD Districtwide School Survey offers parents, teachers, staff and students a chance to share feedback on their experience with the district’s schools. Your input through the survey contributes to shaping CCSD’s goals and programs for the next academic year. Be sure to make your voice heard and participate when the 22’-23 survey opens in January. Your perspectives are key to driving improvements in Nevada’s education system.


What is the CCSD Districtwide School Survey?

The CCSD Districtwide School Survey is an annual survey conducted by the Clark County School District in Nevada to gather feedback from their school community.

Who can take the CCSD survey?

The survey is open to parents, teachers, school staff, and students in grades 5-12 enrolled in CCSD schools.

What kind of questions are asked in the survey?

The survey questions ask about your experiences related to academics, safety, support, resources, engagement, facilities, and overall satisfaction with schools.

When will the 22’-23 survey be open?

The survey is expected to open in January 2023 for participants to share their feedback.

How long does the survey take to complete?

The Districtwide School Survey takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.

How will the survey feedback be used?

The input will help school identify strengths and areas for improvement to shape goals and programs for the next school year.