Oct. 1, 2021 --
The CH-UH City School District is using the Postsecondary Planning System (PPS) in all of our schools. This tool allows us to identify students’ needs across academic, mental health, physical health, and social-emotional domains and link them to programs and services that will help meet these needs. With the challenges our children face today, these support systems are more vital than ever.
In order to maximize the capacity of the PPS, each K-12 student’s existing school performance data is rounded out with information gathered through voluntary surveys completed by parents/guardians, staff members, and the students themselves. Surveys are now available online here (https://pps.chuhpps.org/) for parents/guardians to complete
. We ask that you complete the parent/guardian survey for each of your children enrolled in CH-UH Schools in grades K-12 this year. If you submitted a PPS survey for your child last year, please fill out a new one for this school year. Students in grades 5-12 will be asked to take their surveys in the coming weeks.
You may find that some of the questions are highly personal in nature. This information is simply used to determine what specific supports your child may need at this time. Your direct responses cannot be viewed by anyone
. They are combined with data from Infinite Campus to help to provide additional resources and support to students and families.
All K-12 CH-UH students are automatically eligible to participate in the PPS system. However, you may choose to opt out of the program. Please review the opt-out document carefully here
. For more information about the PPS and the surveys, please review this FAQ list
. Contact Nancy Peppler, Supervisor of Community & School Partnerships, at [email protected]
with further questions.