School Withdrawal Survey Form

School Withdrawal Survey Form

This school withdrawal survey form is designed to collect feedback from its current students who are not returning the following year. Their thoughts and impressions of the school's program are valuable, so collect them with ease through this school withdrawal form. This elementary school withdrawal form template asks the students about their personal info, who filled out the student withdrawal form, grade, their thoughts, and disappointments. To find out why are they leaving and get to know their reasons, use this school withdrawal survey form template now! Form Preview
  • Survey used by The Montgomery School (PA) with its current students who are not returning the following year. Your thoughts and impressions of the school's program, as the parent of a Montgomery School student who has chosen to withdraw, are valuable to us as we review our procedures and look to the future. Please complete the survey below and return it to us in the enclosed envelope.

  • In which of the following aspects of Montgomery School were you pleased or disappointed? On a scale of 1-5: 1 (not used or applicable) 2 (disappointed) 3 (somewhat disappointed) 4 (pleased) 5 (highly pleased

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  • How important are the following in the life of your child at school? On a scale of 1-5: 1 (not applicable) 2 (not important) 3 (secondary importance) 4 (important) 5 (very important)

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  •               Which of the following best explains why your child chose to withdraw?
                  
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                    We welcome comments about your experience with Montgomery School. Thank you for your participation in this survey. Please return in the enclosed envelope by July 1. Article Date: 14/2/2013
                  
                
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