See the data on the many assessments, surveys, and dashboards.
The School Performance Frameworks provide a snapshot view of academic achievement, growth, growth gaps, and postsecondary readiness (as appropriate by school level). Schools are given one of four plan types: Performance, Improvement, Priority Improvement, or Turnaround.
The Colorado Department of Education has created school-level dashboards that provide an interactive view of academic performance, academic growth, and other related metrics.
The Colorado Department of Education's Performance Snapshot tool provides quick access to district and school level Unified Improvement Plans, School Performance Frameworks, and basic demographic information.
The Teaching & Learning Conditions Colorado (TLCC) survey, formerly known as TELL Colorado, is a statewide survey administered to teachers, educational professionals/service providers, and administrators at the school level. The survey results are intended to provide schools, school leaders, and the district with feedback on a variety of topics. While the TLCC survey has several questions similar to the former Colorado TELL and the Panorama Staff Survey, the surveys are not completely aligned. To view the results for Roaring Fork Schools and individual school reports, click here to visit the TLCC Survey website.
The Panorama Student Survey is administered each fall to all students in Roaring Fork Schools. The results of the survey are used by teachers, school leaders, and district administrators to improve practices, programs, and initiatives.
The Panorama Staff Survey is provided on alternating years from the Teaching & Learning Conditions Colorado survey (TLCC). Staff are asked to provide feedback on topics including, but not limited to, academic excellence, professional developments, school culture, strategic leadership, and talent development.
The Panorama Family Survey is administered each spring and aims to capture how families feel we are doing at meeting the school and district commitments. Parents and guardians are asked question about communication, family engagement, learning opportunities, talent development, and learning environment for individual schools and the district-at large.