School Climate Agreement Check-Up
9.3.2 Culturally Responsive Tiered Fidelity Inventory (CR-TFI) in our contract describes how every school should be implementing support for a positive school climate. Is our agreement being implemented at your school?
220.127.116.11 The building discipline procedure (School Climate Plan) is under continuous review in a process as outlined in a District approved Inventory of Multi-Tiered System of Supports
Does your school have a School Climate Plan?
Yes, and we review it regulary
I think so, but we haven't reviewed it in a while
Not that I know of
18.104.22.168 Copies of the specific building discipline procedures/school climate plan shall be clearly communicated to all staff during Professional Development (PD) before the start of each school year
Did you get a copy of your school climate plan/ discipline procedures during PD days in August?
22.214.171.124 The District shall ensure that all schools shall maintain a School Climate Team
Does your school have a School Climate Team
Yes. They meet regularly and bring their work to the whole staff regularly
I think so, but not sure what they are working on or how it impacts our building
Not that I know of
126.96.36.199 The District shall ensure that supports are available to facilitate this work including but not limited to: d. Professional development time before the first student day designated to update staff on past climate plan work and to review school wide expectations
How many hours of August PD time did your staff spend on school climate plan and school-wide expectations?
more than 6
188.8.131.52 The District shall ensure that supports are available to facilitate this work including but not limited to: e. At least an hour a month in staff meetings designated to building climate team work.
In September and October, how many hours of staff meeting time has been focused on Climate Team work at your school?
3 or more
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google.
Terms of Service