Ray-Pec uses Pulse to gather feedback from parents
The Ray-Pec School District is using Pulse, a tool that sends regular, short, anonymous surveys. The quick and frequent feedback will provide District leaders with information to make better decisions related to school culture and family engagement.
The service provides a systematic way for parents to provide continuous input year-round. Using Pulse allows the District to gather information about topics such as communication, your child's safety, your child's learning, and school leadership. School principals sent out emails with directions for setting up a Pulse account. If you have children in multiple schools, you will provide feedback specific to each school. In addition, you can choose to provide your feedback through SMS text or email.
Ray-Pec first began using Pulse in 2020 to begin gathering feedback from staff. In 2021, it is expanding use of the tool to include parents. In the future, the District plans to roll out the tool to students.
If you have not yet signed up for an account with Pulse, you can do so by going to this site: https://app.satchelpulse.com/parents. Follow the directions as prompted. (If you are joining by mobile phone, you will be sent an authentication code to your phone that must be entered.) Next, you will be prompted to join the school. Use the ID for your school as indicated below:
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Creekmoor Elementary School
Eagle Glen Elementary School
Peculiar Elementary School
Raymore Elementary School
Stonegate Elementary School
Timber Creek Elementary School
Shull Early Learning Center
Ray-Pec East Middle School
Ray-Pec South Middle School
Ray-Pec High School
Ray-Pec Success Academy
VIPR (Virtual Instruction Program of Ray-Pec)
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