School Climate Survey Spring 2024


    Middle Country schools want YOUR feedback about your school(s).  All parents, guardians, and students (grades 3-8) are invited to complete the school climate survey during the spring window (4/2 - 4/19) by clicking the links or scanning the QR codes below.

    *Parents and guardians may have already received a survey link via email, if your email address is on file with the district.  While it is preferred that you use that link, you can use the parent/guardian link below.

    All responses will be kept strictly confidential.

    * The parent/guardian survey is available now.  Student surveys will be available starting Tuesday, 4/2..


    Elementary students (grades 3-5):

    Secondary students (grades 6-12): 

    **If you didn't receive a link via email and you would like to add/check/modify the contact email addresses (and phone numbers) you have on file with the district, sign into the PowerSchool Parent Portal, click Forms, and then select <form name>.  On the mobile app, you can find the link for Forms under More on the Dashboard.  Any information you update will be verified by Central Registration and/or the schools your child(ren) attend. 

About the School Climate Survey

  • The Middle Country Central School District strives to equip all students for excellence by showing them how their high school diploma is a key to lifelong success and personal achievement — and we need your help! Students, staff, and parents/guardians are invited to take the Diagnostic Tool for School and District Effectiveness (DTSDE) Survey.

    The DTSDE Survey is a part of the New York State Department of Education requirements for Comprehensive and Target Support & Improvement Schools as well as  Target Districts. Survey questions address systems and organization, school leadership, curriculum, instruction, social-emotional learning, and parent and community engagement.

    While this is a state-mandated survey, we see it as a community-wide conversation about how we can provide our students with the skills and support to reach their full potential.

    Parents/guardians are invited to take the survey by clicking the link on our district website. The survey can be taken on any computer, tablet, or smartphone. Staff and students in grades 3-12 will take the survey during school.

    All responses are strictly confidential. K12 Insight, our independent research partner, will administer the survey and compile the results. The final reports will include only the overall results, not individual responses.

    For more information about the survey, please contact Jonathan Singer at (631) 285-8110  /