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Lambton Kent District School Board
Every Student, Every Day
2019 School Climate Survey

Every Voice Counts

The Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) has released board-wide results from the School Climate Survey conducted April 1-12, 2019. The survey gathered input from students in Grades 4-12, staff and parents/guardians to assist with planning programs and decision-making related to supporting safe and inclusive school environments.

A total of 8,356 students in Grades 4-12 participated in the online surveys, along with 1,674 parents/guardians and 693 staff.

The surveys included a variety of questions on topics such as eating and sleeping habits to mental health, well-being and bullying. The surveys were developed with input from students, parents/guardians; school and Board administration, including Mental Health, Safe Schools and Indigenous Education representatives, and Chatham-Kent Public Health and Lambton Public Health.

The LKDSB's Multi-Disciplinary Teams, which include principals, teachers and education workers, are reviewing individual school results to develop plans to support students and promote positive school climates.

Download an overview of the LKDSB results below (PDFs):

Summary Reports in PDF format:

One Page Summaries:

Grades 9-12

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Grades 7-8
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Grade 4-6
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Parent / Guardian
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One Page Summaries in PDF format:

Thanks to everyone who participated in the surveys. The LKDSB looks forward to continuing the conversations with students and parents/guardians and working together to improve students' outcomes.​

2016-2017 School Climate Survey

The LKDSB reviewed the results of its 2016-2017 school climate survey with principals and representatives of our school communities to assist with planning and inform decision-making. The information has also informed the school Multi-Disciplinary Teams as they work to develop programming to prevent bullying, promote safe and inclusive schools, and support mental health and well-being.