FACE Project: End of Year Counselor 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)
School Name and Address
School Counselor's Name
Counselor E-Mail and Phone Number
School Principal's Name
School Principal's E-Mail and Phone Number
How did you hear about FACE?
How easy is it to stay in contact with the Program Coordinator and to access the FACE curriculum?
1 Very Difficult
2 Somewhat Difficult
3 As Expected
4 Easier than I expected
5 Very Easy
Are you actively implementing the FACE Project Curriculum?
On a scale from 1-5 with 5 being the most, does the FACE Project provide you with an opportunity to implement a comprehensive K-5 character education curriculum?
4 To a large degree
How well does the FACE Project support the social and emotional needs of your school community?
1 Not a good support
2 A partial support
3 A moderate support
4 A solid support
5 An excellent support
Does implementing the FACE Project allow you to meet the Standards for School Counseling in Virginia Public Schools?
1 Not at all
Please select all options that best describe your experience with the curriculum.
Easy to Use
Difficult to access material
Comprised of character education lessons that foster social and emotional learning.
Does not address the social and/or emotional needs of our school community.
Supports my work as a School Counselor
Not relevant to the material I need to access as a counselor
Promote social and emotional learning
Does not promote social and emotional learning
Will enhance students' desire to learn
Will promote academic success
Will interfere with the teachers' curriculum and school-wide character education goals
On a scale from 1-5 with 5 being the most, the character education curriculum implemented during the 2015-16 school year enable me to effectively address the social and emotional needs of students and the school community.
1 Not at all
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