Windsor-Essex County Parent Survey (Children of Ages Birth to 12)

Let Your Voice Be Heard: Parent Survey (Children of Ages Birth to 12)

The Windsor-Essex County Children and Youth Planning Committee have a vision that “In Windsor-Essex County all children, youth and their families have easy access to a variety of services through multiple entry points that support a healthy/positive outcome”. In order to develop a plan that supports our community vision for an integrated system of child and family services, we must have input from families regarding their current experience with services for their child/youth and their input into how the system can be enhanced/improved. To this end we are asking for your support to reach parents in our community. We have provided a link in which the survey can be completed on-line. The last day for survey completion will be Monday April 15th. The survey is provided in both French and English. The one line version of the survey will also be posted on our Board website.

Link to French Parent Survey

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Link to the English Parent Survey

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Hard copy surveys can be returned to:

Shannon Hyatt, Manager of Children’s Services
City of Windsor
400 City Hall Square (Suite 301)
PO Box 426
Windsor, ON
N9A 6L7


2 responses to “Windsor-Essex County Parent Survey (Children of Ages Birth to 12)

  1. Greetings from two Eastwood Alumni. Andrew Hughes and Dan Grant here. We both graduated from Eastwood in 1985-86 I believe. We still have incredibly fond memories of our time there. I (Dan) can still tell you every teacher I had from kindergarten to 8. Mrs. Fiddler, Mrs. Peck, Ms. Pfaff, Mrs. Cornwall, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Dobson, Mr. Fox for music, MDM Smith for French, Mr. Harris, Mr. Brett for Geography, Mr. Connor for something else….Ms. Sadler, and Mr. Woytowich. Our principal was Mr. Cheswick. Eastwood was the best years of our lives. Glad to see Eastwood still going strong all these years later. I would like to come by and visit sometime. Andrew and I both live in Mississauga now.

    • Cowpernicus

      What a great message! We are so glad to hear from Alum! When you are in town stop by to see what we are up to! Thanks again. Please visit our other classroom blogs! Talk again soon!

      Mr. Cowper