Welcome and thank you for taking the PG Student Survey.

As you respond to each item, focus on your thoughts and feelings based on  YOUR OWN personal experiences as a PG student.

There are no right or wrong answers - we just want to know how you feel.  Your responses will provide us with information to help make our school even better.

All of your responses are completely anonymous. Your answers will be combined with those of other students. No one will be told how you answered. DO NOT put your name on the survey. If you would like to talk about the survey or your experiences at Pleasant Grove, in person, please see Lisa in the office to make an appointment with the person you would like to speak to. 

This survey is voluntary, but we hope you will answer as many questions as you can. 

* 1. What grade are you in?

* 2. What is your gender?

* 3. Enforcement of CLASSROOM rules are consistent and fair.

* 4. Enforcement of SCHOOL RULES are consistent and fair.

* 5. Have you received positive reinforcement from any staff member (praise, Puma Pride, compliment, etc.)?

* 6. Teachers coordinate homework and large assignments/projects well.

* 7. I think lunch tutorial is a valuable experience.

* 8. I receive the appropriate amount of homework.

* 9. I feel Pleasant Grove is a safe place.

* 10. Do you go on line to access your grades?

* 11. Do you go on line to access your assignments?

* 12. Adults at PG treat me with respect.

* 13. I feel that students speak respectfully to each other.

* 14. The administration and office staff are easy to talk to.

* 15. I am able to communicate with teachers.

* 16. My school is kept clean.

* 17. What is your favorite elective class? What makes it your favorite?

* 18. Do you have an idea about an elective you would like to see at PG?

* 19. What do your teachers do, in class, that helps you to learn best?

* 20. How is technology being used in your classrooms to help you learn?

* 21. Have you experienced bullying or cyberbullying at PG?

(Please remember: Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.)