Bradley County Schools is conducting a survey about school climate and learning in school. Students will learn more effectively in a safe, supportive, and welcomingenvironment.The survey will help us create safe and supportive school environments that promote academic success. There are three surveys – one for parents of students in K-12, one for teachers in grades K-12, and one for students in grades 3-12. We are asking for you and your child to participate in the survey as we value your input. The survey is voluntary and anonymous. It includes questions about relationships with teachers, school principals; school safety, bullying, and substance use; and school rules and the school environment.
The Tennessee Department of Education sponsors this survey. You can view the student survey at your child’s school or on the Bradley County Schools website (see links on the side of this release). The survey will be available online between October 23 and November 9th and can be accessed from your school’s website. The survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete. Students will take the survey at school and may skip any question they do not want to answer or may stop taking the survey at any time. Your child’s teacher will be there to help answer questions. This survey is designed to protect your privacy. Names are not asked on the survey.
If you do not want your child to participate in the survey, please send written notification to the school before the window opens on October 23rd. You may contact your child’s teacher or principal with any questions about the survey.