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**West Virginia School Climate Survey

over 2 years ago

This survey is being conducted to gain information abou the learning and teaching environment and the health and well-being of students in our school.  In carrying out the Expected Behaviors in Safe and Supportive Schools policy, county school districts and schools should engage in a data-driven school climate planning process, identify its needs, and implement interventions targeting those needs to create a positive learning environment.  To support this process, we ask that you assist us with this information and participate in the West Virginia School Climate Survey.  This survey will be available beginning October 1st.  The final day to participate in the survey will be November 15th. 

 

Please follow this link to complete the survey:       https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/pascswv13f


To access the survey you will need to enter this login code:  P026102

 

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