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Invitation to weigh-in on highest-priority community issues for UVA-Community Working Group

​The University of Virginia's University-Community Working Group is requesting your input to identify the highest-priority issues where the university and the community can work together over the next five years to promote a healthy community for all.  The University-Community Working Group was convened by University President Jim Ryan.

Take the survey.​

Bell Schedule Survey

Audience:  Students, Parents/Guardians, Staff

Deadline to Participate:  February 1

As part of our ongoing effort to offer the broadest possible range of learning experiences for students, we are collaborating with one another in reviewing how our various operational practices affect student choice. One such practice is the different bell schedules at each of our schools.

An important part of successfully expanding contemporary learning opportunities for students is ensuring that they are able to participate in such activities both inside and outside of their base school. Uniform bell schedules could make it easier for students from different schools to have equal access to off-campus programs.

However, before we make any decisions, we would like to hear from you via our online survey. Your opinion will be helpful as we consider how we best can work together to meet our School Board's priorities, which include identifying and removing practices that perpetuate the achievement gap and ensuring that students identify and develop personal interests.

Please take a few minutes to complete our survey, which opened today, Tuesday, January 22.​

Speak Up Survey

Audience: Students, Parents, Educators

Deadline to Participate: January 31

Speak Up, a national research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow, provides an easy way for students, parents and educators to share their views on technology and learning with Albemarle County Public Schools. Input informs our decisions about technology and contributes to the national dialogue about educational technology.

Follow these instructions to take the survey:

1.       Visit​.

2.       Select “Begin Speak Up.”

3.       Select your participant group.

4.       Search for your school by entering your zip code or by selecting Virginia and selecting your school’s name from the list.

5.       Read the instructions and begin the survey.​​

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