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Families Make RMP Schools #1!

October 03, 2017   |   By Rocky Mountain Prep

At Rocky Mountain Prep, we know that meaningful parent and family engagement helps shape our school culture, holds RMP accountable to meaningful results for students, and drives positive change in our communities.

One of the ways in which families reflect and give feedback on their experience at RMP is through the DPS Parent Satisfaction Survey, sent to parents once each year through the school district. Read more about the distribution and data collection for this survey on the DPS website.

We are thrilled to share that on the 2017 survey, both RMP Southwest and RMP Creekside were rated in the top five out of all schools in the district.

In fact, RMP Southwest was the #1 overall highest-rated school out of all schools in the district:

As we break the data down even further, on 23 of 33 measures on the 2017 DPS Parent Satisfaction Survey - including the questions about academics and teachers caring about their child's success - RMP Southwest had the highest positive parent satisfaction score out of all DPS elementary schools.

Thank you to our RMP families for helping us reach this important achievement! We are honored and privileged to have such amazing families as a part of the RMP community.  


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