FACE Project: Fall Administrator Survey
The FACE Project is a not for profit organization that provides schools with a complete character education curriculum that supports emotional and social learning for students in grades PreK-5. In order to insure The FACE Project addresses your school's specific needs, we ask that you complete the Fall Teacher Survey. Your voice is important! Your comments are completely confidential and will only be used to assess the current school climate and to build a curriculum that supports your school community's needs.

"Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions."
(Collaborative for Academic, Social, Emotional Learning)

Do you believe character education and social-emotional learning should be taught at the school-wide level?
Who should be responsible for social-emotional learning and character education? (Check all that apply)
How healthy is your current school climate?
How effectively did the character education program implemented in 2015-16 enhance your school's climate and support the social and emotional development of students?
Do you support the implementation of the FACE Project Counselor Curriculum?
Would you be in support of classroom teachers implementing the FACE Project Teacher Curriculum? The teacher curriculum includes approximately 20 thirty minute lesson plans for each of the elementary school grade levels (pre-k through 5th grade).
How many bullying, fighting, suspensions and other disciplinary office referrals did the administration receive in 2015-16?
Your answer
What would you like to achieve by partnering with the FACE Project?
Your answer
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