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.
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 school Multi-Disciplinary Team, which
includes the principal, teachers and education workers, is reviewing
individual school results to develop plans to support students and
promote positive school climates.
GLSS Grade 9-12 One Page Summary
Contact your school for individual school results.
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.