SWDSS: Administration Survey
Directions: Thank you in advance for your thought, attention, and care when responding to these questions. Your responses will help Engaging Schools support your interests and needs in creating a Schoolwide Discipline and Student Support program that is fair, respectful, accountable, restorative, and viable.
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Current Gender Identity: *
How do you describe your racial/ethnic identity? (Check all that apply.) *
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How many years have you been in your current role? *
Your answer
When students are involved in disciplinary incidents, what do you hope is the outcome for the student? *
Your answer
Read through the following systems/policies. Are they clearly designed? Fill in the grid accordingly. *
Yes, clearly designed.
No, not clearly designed.
I am not sure.
Classroom removal form
Classroom re-entry protocol
Clear school rules
Clear policy for cell phone usage
Clear policy for tardies
Clear consequences when students engage in multiple violations/referrals
Interventions to help students become more skillful when they are engaged in chronic violations
A due process investigation protocol
Read through the following systems/policies. Are they clearly communicated? Fill in the grid accordingly. *
Yes, clearly communicated.
No, not clearly communicated.
I am not sure.
Classroom removal form
Classroom re-entry protocol
Clear school rules
Clear policy for cell phone usage
Clear policy for tardies
Clear consequences when students engage in multiple violations/referrals
Interventions to help students become more skillful when they are engaged in chronic violations
A due process investigation protocol
Read through the following systems/policies. Are they being implemented by 90% of the staff? Fill in the grid accordingly. *
Yes, currently implemented by 90% of staff.
No, not currently implemented by 90% of staff.
I am not sure.
Classroom removal form
Classroom re-entry protocol
Clear school rules
Clear policy for cell phone usage
Clear policy for tardies
Clear consequences when students engage in multiple violations/referrals
Interventions to help students become more skillful when they are engaged in chronic violations
A due process investigation protocol
What four student behaviors typically disrupt the classroom and/or get in the way of student learning? Check the top four. *
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When students are under-performing, what is one action that the school takes that has helped to turn the situation around for the student? *
Your answer
When students are under-performing, what is a second action that the school takes that has helped to turn the situation around for the student? *
Your answer
When a student is engaged in a high-impact violation, what is your role? *
Your answer
In order to support students who are struggling to be more self-directed, self-managed, responsible, and academically successful:
What do you think we as administrators should be doing less of collectively? *
Your answer
What do you think we as administrators should be doing more of collectively? *
Your answer
What do you think we as administrators should be doing differently? *
Your answer
What four student behaviors seem to "trigger" the majority of disciplinary consequences in public spaces? *
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What tools and systems has the district/school invested in to submit and process behavioral incidents? *
Your answer
What tools and systems has the district/school invested in to submit and process attendance? *
Your answer
What tools and systems has the district/school invested in to submit and process academic progress? *
Your answer
What professional learning would be most supportive to building and expanding your capacity and the capacity of your administrative colleagues? Choose four. *
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