Please note: These Parent Survey questionnaires are offered in addition to the English and Spanish versions of the survey. The surveys below were provided to the National Center for Safe Routes to School by local SRTS programs across the country. The National Center cannot verify the accuracy of translation or the completeness of the "Other Language" questionnaires.
Any completed questionnaires using the language versions below must be entered directly into the data system by the local program. They should not be mailed to the National Center.
Other Language Options:
Arabic (PDF, 123 KB) — Provided by The Multilingual & Multicultural Center for Portland Public Schools, Maine Safe Routes to School Program and MaineDOT
Armenian (PDF, 595 KB) — Provided by The Glendale Unified School District, Glendale, CA
Chinese (Mandarin) (PDF, 187 KB) — Provided by San Francisco Department of Public Health and Cecelia Wong
Haitian Creole (PDF, 25 KB) — Provided by WalkSafeTM Program, Miami, FL
Hmong (PDF, 124 KB) --Provided by the California SRTS Technical Assistance Resource Center, California Department of Public Health
Karen (PDF, 126 KB) - Provided by Saint Paul Public Schools, Saint Paul, MN
Korean (PDF, 187 KB) - Provided by Glendale Unified School District, Glendale, CA
Russian (PDF, 108 KB) — Provided by the California Deptment of Public Health
Somali (PDF, 56 KB) — Provided by The Multilingual & Multicultural Center for Portland Public Schools, Maine Safe Routes to School Program and MaineDOT
Ukrainian (PDF, 103 KB)— Provided by the California SRTS Technical Assistance Resource Center, California Active Communities
Vietnamese (PDF, 360 KB) — Provided by The Bicycle Alliance of Washington and Public Health - Seattle & King County
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q:How do I enter my Parent Surveys into the National Center's online data system?
A: After you have collected your non-English or non-Spanish Parent Surveys, you can enter them into the online data system by using the instructions in our Navigating the Data System document.
Q. At my school I am collecting English Parent Surveys and Chinese surveys, can I send in the English surveys to the National Center for processing even though I have to enter the Chinese surveys myself?*
A: Yes, you can still send your English or Spanish Parent Surveys to the National Center for processing.
For mailing your Surveys to the National Center see instructions on How to Mail Data to the National Center.
* Please remember that if you have English, Spanish and Chinese (or other language) surveys for one school, enter the Chinese surveys into the same Parent Survey Set in which you want your English or Spanish surveys to live once the National Center processes them. A Parent Survey Set is the place holder for the individual Parent Surveys that are collected for a specific school at a specific time period (ex. Nov 2013). This will ensure that all your surveys for a particular school and time will be in the same set and will be accounted for in your Parent Survey summary report.
Q. I have a Parent Survey translation in a language that is not listed above. How can I have that survey added to the list above so others can use it?
A: Email a copy of your survey to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a copy of the survey and who should be credited with providing the translated copy.