What HCPS Leaders are Saying about TELL
"Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. Data we collect from employees helps us plan for the future and make improvements. The district values your input and so do I."
Denny B. Oest
General Director, Secondary Education
"The climate in our schools sets the stage for success among teachers and students. Please take a few minutes to share your opinions through the TELL HCPS survey so that our strengths can be recognized and our needs can be addressed. I look forward to hearing from you."
Rebecca Kaskeski, Ed.D.
General Director, Middle School Education
"On behalf of the district, I want to encourage you to participate in the TELL HCPS survey. This survey represents a great opportunity for our teachers and administrators to share their opinions. The information you share plays an important part in district decision-making and will help us continue to grow."
Barbara B. Hancock
General Director, Elementary Education
"Thank you for your hard work and dedication to our students. You valued input will help to support the school improvement process. Looking forward to hearing from you."
Director of Reform, Title I Schools
"When it comes to improving our schools, whether that's student achievement, attendance, or discipline, survey data can make a world of difference. Last year, we were able to analyze the TELL HCPS data and continue our conversations about teaching and learning conditions. As many changes continue to unfold throughout the district, the TELL HCPS survey provides a great opportunity to collect data and insights from those at the forefront of public education. I am sure we will continue to learn from this valuable data source and achieve even greater outcomes as a result of our participation."
Director, Assessment, Accountability, & Evaluation
"As a high school principal, I know that feedback from teachers is extremely helpful. We count on your input to help guide decisions and plan for the future. Please take a few minutes and let us hear from you so that we can work together to meet our goals."
Principal, Newsome High School
"The TELL HCPS survey gives educators an opportunity to have their voice heard in school wide issues that impact their working conditions and student's learning conditions."
Supervisor, Professional Development, Teacher Training
"We continue to improve as a district because of the hard work of our teachers, administrators, and support staff. Key to this improvement is honest and professional feedback from all stakeholders so we can continue to meet the needs of our ever changing community."
Scott D. Richman, Ed.D.
Supervisor, Professional Development
"Feedback about teaching and learning from our teachers is a critical part of the planning and improvement process in Hillsborough County. The more people who participate in the TELL HCPS survey, the better positioned we will be to identify our strengths and opportunities. Thanks to all the teachers, administrators, and education professionals for participating in the survey. Your voice is important."
Area Leadership Director