School Climate Survey – January 3-6

on December 31, 2016

Between January 3 and 6, high school Physical Education classes will be asked to participate in the School Climate Survey. Teachers will escort their classes to the library during a scheduled time.  The goal of the School Climate Survey is to get honest feedback and opinions on how students experience their school.  The survey will take 10-15 minutes. Please participate in this anonymous effort to find ways to improve Monroe-Woodbury. The district truly appreciates feedback from its students!

The School Climate Survey is part of a multi-year effort by the district to assess the environment in each building and in the district as a whole. School climate is defined as the quality and character of school life. The survey requests information on a wide range of topics including safety, interpersonal relationships among students, learning environment and more. As part of the School Climate Survey, parents, guardians and school staff take a similar survey. It is important to note that the survey is completely anonymous, that the district does not receive specific results and cannot track any responses. The survey is linked directly to the National School Climate Center, not to any district servers. Once the survey is completed, the district receives scores for each topic.  To see the results from previous surveys, or for more information, please visit the School Climate and Environment link on the district website.