School Climate Surveys

The Comprehensive School Climate Inventory (CSCI) is a nationally-recognized school survey tool developed by the National School Climate Center that assesses perceptions of students, parents, and school personnel regarding school climate and culture. Littleton Public Schools began implementing the CSCI survey in the fall of 2016 for all students in grades 3-12, with corresponding surveys for all parents and school personnel. The survey is anonymous and provides each school or program with valuable information about how students, staff, and parents view the school climate. Results will be shared with each school community and used to help guide school leadership teams. The survey is not designed to compare schools against each other and is not a venue for complaints about a specific staff person. Please contact the school principal or administrator with individual questions regarding the survey or requests for further details.

Read the letter from Superintendent Brian Ewert regarding the CSCI Survey - English / Spanish

CLICK HERE for a one page summary of what the CSCI measures  

CLICK HERE to see a sample of the survey questions for Elementary Students*

CLICK HERE to see a sample of the survey questions for Secondary Students*

* Due to copyright, we are not able to post the full list of survey questions.

CLICK HERE for how to opt your student out of this survey

CLICK HERE for information regarding data privacy and the CSCI

RESULTS

2018 SUMMARY REPORTS - Survey administered in Oct/Nov 2018

Summary Findings from 2018 Survey:

  • Students, parents and personnel generally report feeling safe and positive about the climate in their schools. (LPS scores were higher than the national norm for 85 of 105 total dimension scores.)
  • 77 percent of high school students, 57 percent of middle school students, and 58 percent of elementary school students reported that they participate in extracurricular activities.
  • At all levels, LPS personnel reported more positive perceptions of school leadership and professional relationships than the national norms.
  • Consistent with national data and the two previous surveys, two dimensions again showed lower scores across LPS: Sense of Social Emotional Security and Social Media. 
  • This year, Sense of Physical Security decreased to the neutral range for Parents, Personnel, and High School Students.  One possible explanation is that two mass shooting events occurred in California and Pennsylvania during the survey window.
  • Also consistent with national data, some student subgroups feel less positive than their fellow students in certain areas. This includes students who self-identify as LGBT, students who have an IEP, students whose first language is not English, and students in some racial/ethnic minority subgroups.  These differences vary across all levels (elementary, middle school)
  • Parent perceptions of the school environment have few significant differences regardless of reported income level or race/ethnicity. Parents in non-white racial groups show more positive scores in some areas, especially in high school.
 
Littleton Preparatory - (Did Not Participate)
Options MS - In Process
 

2017 SUMMARY REPORTS - Survey administered in Oct/Nov 2017

 
Littleton Preparatory - (Did Not Participate)
 
2016 REPORTS - Survey Administered in Oct 2016
 
 
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