School Wide Support Survey


We are pleased to be using the Ohio Scale again this year. This survey will be given three times: once in the Fall, Winter, and then in the Spring.

The Ohio Scale is survey that asks students how they feel about dealing with issues in their lives and how they affect the relationships and responsibilities that they have. The questions do NOT ask for specifics. The Ohio Scale will be used as a valuable tool for the counseling team to identify individual students who might need in-school support and may not be receiving any.
 
The last two questions are about "residency" (where you live). We want to be able to support students residing in certain areas.
 
Please answer all the questions on this online survey as honestly as you can. All information will be kept strictly confidential and used for in school/Door support referrals only.

If you have any specific need for help, please ask your Advocate or an adult in the building. We are happy to read the survey to you, or help if you are an ELL student.

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* 1. Please enter your Lunch ID.
If you do not know your Lunch ID, please raise your hand.

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* 2. How much have you experienced the following in the past 30 days?

  Not at all Once or twice Several times Often Most of the time All of the time
Arguing with others
Getting into fights
Yelling, swearing, or screaming at others
Fits of anger
Refusing to do things teachers or parents ask
Causing trouble for no reason
Using drugs or alcohol
Breaking rules or breaking the law (out past curfew, stealing)
Skipping school or classes
Lying
Can't seem to sit still, having too much energy
Hurting self (cutting or scratching self, taking pills)
Talking or thinking about death
Feeling worthless or useless
Feeling lonely and having no friends
Feeling anxious or fearful
Worrying that something bad is going to happen
Feeling sad or depressed
Nightmares
Eating problems

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* 3. Below are some ways your problems might get in the way of your ability to do everyday activities. Read each item and select which one best describes your current situation:

  My problems cause extreme trouble My problems cause quite a bit of trouble My problems cause some trouble I do okay I am doing very well
Getting along with others
Getting along with family
Dating or developing relationships with boyfriends or girlfriends
Getting along with adults outside of family (teachers, principal)
Keeping neat and clean
Caring for health needs and keeping good health habits (taking medications or brushing teeth)
Controlling emotions and staying out of trouble
Being motivated and finishing work
Participating in hobbies (baseball cards, coins, stamps, art)
Participating in recreational activities (sports, swimming, bike riding)
Completing household chores (cleaning room, others chores)
Attending school and getting passing grades
Learning skills that will be useful for future jobs
Feeling good about self
Thinking clearly and making good decisions
Concentrating, paying attention, and completing tasks
Earning money and learning how to use money wisely
Doing things without supervision or restriction
Accepting responsibility for actions
Ability to express feelings

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* 4. I know how to access social work services at school.

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* 5. Having access to a social worker has helped me better connect to school.

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* 6. My school is accepting and supportive of mental health needs.

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* 7. Have you ever had any involvement with any of these systems? Your answer is confidential and will only be seen by Ms. Soffrin (Director of Social Work) and used in order to better serve you at BSA/The Door.

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* 8. Please identify your current living situation:

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