Protective Schools Assessment ..... How protective is your school?

School Name:

Date: 10:37:23 AM - Saturday, October 21, 2017

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Leadership Strongly Agree - Strongly Disagree  
         

Our school principal provides strong instructional leadership.

5    4    3    2    1   

Our school faculty and staff value and engage in collaborative leadership.

5    4    3    2    1   

Our school principal is positive and proactive.

5    4    3    2    1   

Our school principal’s actions are driven by the school’s vision.

5    4    3    2    1   

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Culture Strongly Agree - Strongly Disagree  
         

Our school is warm and welcoming.

5    4    3    2    1   

Our school is safe, clean and orderly.

5    4    3    2    1   

Actions and practices at our school demonstrate respect for individual differences and needs.

5    4    3    2    1   

Interactions among students, faculty, staff and parents are positive and respectful.

5    4    3    2    1   

Expectations, rules, procedures, and consequences are clearly communicated and understood throughout our school.

5    4    3    2    1   

Expectations, rules, procedures, and consequences are consistently applied throughout our school.

5    4    3    2    1   

Faculty and staff feel valued and respected at this school.

5    4    3    2    1   

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Professional Development  
         

How would you characterize the content and activities of your school’s professional development program?

Most professional development is related to central themes and includes follow-up or coaching.
Most professional development is related to central themes but rarely includes follow-up or coaching.
Some professional development relates to central themes.
The content of professional development appears to be random.
Little or no professional development exists.
None selected

What is the level of the participation in professional development?

Almost all are active participants and are willing to try new approaches.
Some are active participants. A few are willing to try new approaches.
Some are active participants.
Most are neutral about the value of professional development.
Most see professional development as a joke.
None selected

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Academic Program Strongly Agree - Strongly Disagree  
         

Students demonstrate high levels of academic success in a variety of ways.

5    4    3    2    1   

Our faculty and staff have high expectations for academic achievement for all students.

5    4    3    2    1   

Students in our school are actively engaged in a wide variety of learning activities.

5    4    3    2    1   

Each student in our school receives frequent, specific and positive feedback to encourage academic and social progress.

5    4    3    2    1   

Describe the nature of staff discussions about professional practices.

Faculty use a common shared language to discuss professional practices.
Faculty frequently discuss professional practices.
Faculty sometimes discuss professional practices.
Faculty rarely discuss professional practices.
No discussion of professional practices.   
None selected

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Funding and Resources Strongly Agree - Strongly Disagree  
         

Our school's vision guides the use of our funding and resources.

5    4    3    2    1   

Our school uses creative means to maximize our resources.

5    4    3    2    1   

Faculty and staff are involved in school budget decisions.

5    4    3    2    1   

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Vision Strongly Agree - Strongly Disagree  
         

Our school vision emphasizes positive social and academic development for all students.

5    4    3    2    1   

The school vision was developed (or is being developed) collaboratively with opportunity for input from a broad range of school community members.

5    4    3    2    1   

The school vision provides the foundation for, and is the driving force in, our school.

5    4    3    2    1   

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    Data Driven Decision Making
Strongly Agree - Strongly Disagree   
         

Multiple sources of data are used frequently to inform decisions, which further our school’s vision.

5    4    3    2    1   

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Family-School-Community Relations Strongly Agree - Strongly Disagree  
         

Families of our students actively demonstrate support for their student’s education.

5    4    3    2    1   

There is frequent, varied and positive communication with families of students.

5    4    3    2    1   

Our neighborhood community supports our school.

5    4    3    2    1   

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Continuum of Services Strongly Agree - Strongly Disagree  
         

Accessible services are available in our school community to meet a range of student emotional and behavioral needs.

5    4    3    2    1   

Accessible services are available in our school community to meet a range of student academic needs.

5    4    3    2    1   

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Prevention Curriculum/Approaches   
         

Does your school use any of the following violence prevention programs?

  • PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports)
  • Second Step
  • YES (Youth Empowerment for Success)
  • Check-in/Check-out
  • Think Time Strategy

Yes   No   None selected  

Does your school use any of the following alcohol, tobacco or drug prevention programs?

  • Project ALERT
  • Project SUCCESS
  • Project TNT: Towards No Tobacco Use
  • Pima County SWAT (Student Wellness Advocacy Teams)
Yes   No   None selected  

Teachers implement the prevention curriculum, as designed, ____ of the time.

80-100%
65-79%
50-64%
25 to 49%
less than 25%of the time
None selected

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