Kelvin Student Well-Being Pulse Survey
Beginning on Tuesday October 26th we will open the window for our first Kelvin Student Well-Being Pulse Survey. Students in 2nd through 12th grades can complete the survey through Monday, November 1st, 2021. Last year we had a nearly 50% response rate which is phenomenal when compared with past surveys. The data collected will help us support our students so we can best serve their socio-emotional needs as well as their feelings of trust and belonging while at school.
When students are log into Clever, Bow Wow, the dog icon, will appear prompting them to take a short 12 question survey. Once it is completed Bow Wow will disappear.
Please inform your teachers and staff that this will be happening so they do not think it is SPAM or a virus.
This survey will be given every other month through the end of the school year.
Once the survey is complete you will have access to the results for your school.
Please give this flier to teachers:
- A one-page flyer for teachers
- This video is helpful for older students: A video to show students how the system works
- Feel free to share this with families in a newsletter or email blast: A video that explains to families how the system works
- If I am absent, there is a teacher or some other adult at school that will notice.
- The school staff are there for me when I need them.
- Most staff at my school are interested in me as a person, not just as a student.
- I feel like I belong at this school.
- I am happy to be at this school.
- Students at this school get along well with each other.
- I know the emotions I feel.
- I know when my feelings are making it hard for me to focus.
- I know ways I calm myself down.
- How often are you able to pull yourself out a bad mood?
- How often are you able to control your emotions when you need to?
- Once you get upset, how often can you get yourself to relax?
HERE is the KELVIN PULSE OPT-OUT LINK for families: https://forms.gle/qDA1TiMHF5UqqtFQ7
The 2021-22 Parent Handbook included this information as well