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* 2. How much do you agree with these statements about your child's school?

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The school provides my child with a safe place to learn.
The school is friendly-looking, clean and well-maintained (things that are broken get fixed quickly).
The school does a good job noticing when my child has a need.
Behavior issues and discipline at my child's school are handled fairly.
Students at this school support each other.
The school helps my child connect to interesting activities and opportunities after school and in the community.
The school does a good job helping my child develop important social emotional skills; for example, persistence, resilience, getting along with others, problem-solving.
The school finds meaningful ways to involve a variety of parents.
I feel accepted as a valued member of my school community.
My child enjoys going to this school.
My child's school does an excellent job meeting his/her needs.
The school gives me clear information about what my child is expected to learn each year (academic expectations).
The school gives me clear information about how I can support my child's academic progress at home.
I trust the staff at my child's school. They do as they say.
My child's classes inspire him/her to want to learn.
I am confident my child can master all of the skills he/she is expected to learn in classes this year.
Teachers really make an effort to get to know my child.
Teachers connect school work to things that interest my child.
Teachers have high academic expectations for my child - they expect my child to achieve.
My child's teachers understand my child's/family's unique strengths, interests, and needs and the best way to support my child/family.
When my child struggles academically, socially or emotionally at school, he or she quickly gets the help he/she needs.
My child is often bored in classes.
School is helping my child discover things he/she is interested in or good at.
My child has good friends at school.

* 3. How true are the following?

  Never true Rarely true Sometimes true True most of the time True all of the time
My child has adults at the school he or she can really talk to.
My child is confident he/she can master all of the skills he/she is expected to learn in classes this year.
Students at the school support each other.
My child has been picked on or bullied by other students.
Teachers share my child's progress, improvement, and successes with me.
The school does a great job challenging my child to reach his/her full potential.
Teachers give my child good feedback about how to improve academically.
My child's classes really make him/her think.

* 4. Developing strong social emotional and learning habits is an important part of school. How true are these for your child?

  Never true Rarely true Sometimes true True most of the time True all of the time
My child will keep trying even when an assignment is challenging.
My child manages school work well (plans ahead, breaks big projects into smaller steps, sets own deadlines, doesn't wait until the last minute).
My child doesn’t hesitate to ask for help at school when he/she needs it.
My child listens carefully to other people's points of view even if he/she disagrees with them.
My child works well with students who are different than him/her.
When my child gets something wrong or makes a mistake, he/she will review the work to try to understand why.
My child can stay calm and manage his/her emotions even when upset, angry, stressed, or provoked.
My child can stand up for him/herself without putting others down.

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