Student Survey Results
We recently received our 2019 Student Satisfaction Survey results which revealed an overall mean 3.79, based on a 5 point scale. Building principals will roll-out building-level results and design an action plan with staff by the start of the 2019-20 school year.
Items with some of the highest means include:
- My learning is important at school (4.26)
- My principal is a good leader (4.24)
- My teacher challenges me to think (4.09)
Items with some of the lowest means include:
- “Students show respect for each other at this school” (3.19)
- “My teachers ask me how I learn best” (3.47)
Additionally, and new this year, teachers received individual feedback from students through a separate seven (7) question survey that measured social, emotional, behavior and academic components of the teachers’ work.
Threats are Taken Seriously
Please remember that if you or your children see or hear something suspicious to immediately say something to an administrator, a School Resource Officer, or call the local police department. We are committed to ensuring a safe learning environment for our students, and we are fortunate to have great partnerships with you, our parents/guardians in our district. With threats occurring more often in school districts, it is important that we take a moment to lean on this partnership and ask you to have a conversation with your children regarding the serious implications of making a threat on a school. Such behavior may leave a lasting impact on a child’s education and future. The impact on the entire family is profound. Rather than waiting, we are asking you to personally discuss this issue with your children now. Whether a student perceives making a threat as a joke or not a big deal, making a threat on a school could result in suspension, expulsion, and/or being charged as an adult with a felony. According to State of WI statue 947.015: “Whoever intentionally conveys or causes to be conveyed any threat or false information, knowing such to be false, concerning an attempt or alleged attempt being made or to be made to destroy any property by the means of explosives is guilty of a Class 1 felony.” Thank you for taking a moment to have this discussion with your children.