STUDENT CONNECTEDNESS SURVEY
This survey seeks to gather information about school climate that supports a positive learning and working environment to promote academic success among all our students at New Designs Charter Schools. A safe and caring environment has a positive impact on student learning, student achievement, parental involvement, respect for teachers and staff as well as other adults as in the school.

Please answer all questions in this survey by choosing one option that best represents your position using the scale provided below each question or statement

1. Gender
2. Please indicate the Campus you're associated with..
4. I like my school.
5. My school is a supportive and inviting place to learn.
6. The adults and students at my school respect each other`s differences (girl/boy, race, culture and disability).
7. The adults at my school pay attention to me and help me when I am in need.
8. The teachers at my school understand their subject matter (e.g., math, reading, etc.) and are prepared to teach every day.
9. The teachers at my school have confidence in me and challenge me to do my best work.
10. My school provides the textbooks and supplies I need to learn.
11. My school is clean and in good condition.
12. In general, students respect teachers, other staff and administrators.
13. My school encourages students to feel responsible for how they act.
15. The rules at my school are fair and the adults treat all students with respect.
16. The teachers here go out of their way to help students.
17. My school provides students with the opportunity to use technology in all areas of learning.
18. At my school, students may participate in specialized programs (e.g., GATE, AP, Accelerated College academic programs and career pathway).
19. New Designs Charter School is welcoming and facilitates parent involvement.
20. My school provides sporting and other extra-curricular activities for both boys and girls.
21. My school has well-trained safety officers
22. My school has clean and well-maintained classrooms, common areas, and athletic fields
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