Take the Student Survey
January 10th to March 15th, 2013
These surveys are now closed.
Highlights from SurveyWorks
- of High School students think they will graduate, and 86% say their teachers expect them to go to college.
- Students who use computers in class:
- of students who text message at school send or receive over 20 messages per day.
- Students that spend more than 2 hrs/day watching TV or playing videogames:
- of Elementary and Middle School students say they have been called names and made fun of in school.
- High School students that say they have had rumors spread about them:
About the Student Survey
Students are asked age-appropriate questions about their opinions.
The 2012-2013 Surveys are now closed. Check back early next
year for the 2013-2014 Surveys.
The Student Survey asks about:
- Learning activities
- School resources and conditions
- Teacher expectations
- Technology use
- Family and community involvement
- College and career readiness
- Bullying and school safety
- Tobacco, alcohol, and drug use
- Truancy and mental health (middle and high school only)
- Sexual activity (high school only)
Students in grades 4 through 12 are asked to take this survey during school time and there are no academic or physical tests involved.
Some students may feel uncomfortable answering certain questions. There will be a counselor or other qualified professional available to assist students if needed.
Parents will receive a letter with an "opt-out" form if they do not want their child to participate. Also, any student who begins to take the survey may skip any question or may stop taking it at any time, without penalty.
Student participation is voluntary and anonymous and no names will be used or reported.
Click on these links to download and review sample survey PDFs for
Elementary School students,
Middle School students, and
High School students.