Moore County's Impact Aid Survey page

Impact Aid Survey

Impact Aid Survey
Moore County Schools will begin its annual Impact Aid Survey for all federally-connected students. To qualify for Impact Aid funding, the district must annually collect information about federally connected children enrolled in our schools. Active duty military personnel or individuals who work on federal property are asked to complete the survey. Additionally, MCS has combined the Impact Aid Survey with the Every Student Succeeds Act Military Student Identifier form. The district is asking all military-connected families, regardless of their status, to participate. This eliminates the need for a second survey in December. 


Paper surveys will be distributed to A/B students this week. However, this year MCS has been selected to participate in the Department of Education’s Electronic Data Pilot Program and will be offering families the option to complete an electronic Impact Aid Survey. If you choose to complete the paper survey, please complete one per child. If you choose to complete the electronic survey, you only need to do one per household. Families in the Connect! Virtual Academy will need to complete the electronic form. Surveys should be completed by Wednesday, October 28. The link to the electronic survey is included in the email version of this message and can also be found at www.ncmcs.org/impactaid. 


The District Military Liaison will be hosting an Impact Aid Information and Question session online on Thursday, October 22 at 6:30 p.m.  Links to both surveys, information session registration details, and FAQs can be found online at the district website military families page at www.ncmcs.org/impactaid.


For any questions, contact the District Military Liaison, Rollie Sampson, at 910-947-2976 or email at rsampson@ncmcs.org


The electronic Impact Aid survey can be found online at https://ncmcs.seamlessdocs.com/f/ImpactAidSurvey


Before you begin the electronic survey please review the following:


1. Please make sure you have each school aged child's MCS student identification number. The number can be found on your child's report card in the top right hand corner.


2. Middle and High School students use their student identification number daily to login to school platforms. If you do not know the number, they should be able to share it with you.


3. If you do not have your child's report card or don't know your child's student identification number, you can contact the office staff or data manager at your child's school to get the number. They will only release it to the parents/guardians listed in PowerSchool. 


4. AGR service members will need to provide a copy of their orders verifying their active duty status to be counted in the survey. The orders can be uploaded as you complete the survey or emailed directly to the MCS District Military Liaison, Rollie Sampson at rsampson@ncmcs.org. The orders are maintained at the Central Office with the complete survey per Department of Education guidance.
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