Presentation on theme: "School Climate Survey Talk About It Anonymous Communication System for HS and MS Students to report bullying and other school issues."— Presentation transcript:
School Climate Survey Talk About It Anonymous Communication System for HS and MS Students to report bullying and other school issues
Talk About It School Climate Survey Grades 6-12
Everyone at my school understands the rules. *Numbers have been rounded
The rules at my school are fair.
The consequence for breaking school rules is the same no matter who you are.
There are adults at my school I could turn to for help with problems.
Adults at my school treat all students with respect.
I feel safe when I am at school.
If I tell an adult I am being bullied, they will do something about it.
Adults make it clear that bullying is not tolerated at my school.
Bullying is a problem at my school.
Students at school use text messaging to bully.
Students at school use social networking sites to “bash” one another.
Fighting is a problem at my school.
Gangs are a problem at my school.
Drugs are a problem at my school.
Stealing is a problem at my school.
Weapons are a problem at my school.
Disruptive students are a problem at my school.
My school is a good place for learning.
Summary The results of the Climate Survey were over-all positive, yet give us areas we can target for improvement. The implementation of bullying prevention training with our staff should increase the overall awareness and decrease tolerance among students for bullying. We are pleased that more than 93% of our secondary students feel their school is a good place for learning.
What’s Next? Review results with principals and ask them to review results with staff Review results with CGPD Implement Bullying Prevention Programs/Policy and train staff Re-administer the survey at the end of the year to compare results/progress