FCC School Beliefs Inventory

Dear Students, Teachers, Parents, and Community Representatives: This survey is designated to assess your opinion of the beliefs that are to fostered in your Catholic school.

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  1. Catholic education is an integral part of the Church's mission to proclaim the gospel message of Jesus, to build faith communities, to celebrate through worship and to serve others without distinction.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. A Catholic school reflects the integration of Catholic faith and values with learning and life.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Christian formation is at the heart of Catholic education.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Parents are the primary educators of their children.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Students experience faith-based traditions as part of their educational formation in Catholic schools.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Each student is a unique child of God.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Student learning is a priority in this school.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Students learn in a variaty of ways.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Students are actively involved in the learning process.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Students apply their learning in meaningful ways.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Students are challenged to demonstrate an understanding of essential knowledge and skills with evidence of active problem-solving and quality work ethic.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Each student is recognized and valued as a unique child of God in his/her social, emotional, and academic needs.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Meeting student learning styles and special needs is primary in the development of programs, curriculum, and instruction.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. A variety of instructional approaches challenge students to demonstrate their full potential and individuality.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. A healthy learning environment is everyone's responsability.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. The opportunity for success is an important component of student learning.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Cultural diversity increases the student's understanding of different religions, peoples, and cultures.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. A supportive and challenging learning environment increases a student's potential for responsible decision making.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. A safe and comfortable learning environment promotes learning and success.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Ongoing evaluation and improvement of the curriculum is crucial to the development of a sound educational program.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. The curriculum furnishes instruction in Catholic truths and moral values that are an integral part of the school program.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. The school program reflects Christian values of social justice and peace.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. The success of a school is measured by the participation and ownership of the stakeholders.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Pastors, principals, teachers, parent advisory organizations, and members of the parish share responsability for the mission of the school.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Mutual respect among and between the students and staff creates a wholesome learning environment.
    Strongly Agree
    Agree
    Neutral
    Disagree
    Strongly Disagree


  1. Please indicate here any additional beliefs that you believe are essential to Catholic school education.