Whole Child Survey
What is the Whole Child Survey and Why is it Important?
The Whole Child Survey is a questionnaire, given 1 to 2 times per year, to students (grades 3-12), staff, and families. The questionnaire is based on the U.S. Department of Education's Climate and Culture survey, as well as social and emotional learning questions developed by BrightBytes, in partnership with the American Institute for Research. The information gathered helps us to identify our progress and needs, supports school planning and how we allocate our resources, and helps to determine what conditions are impacting student success in our school district.
Who Participated in the Survey?