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Students Grades 3-12 to Participate in Questionnaire

As you may already be aware, student well-being is an important goal for our school district. Over the next several weeks (Nov. 6- 16), students in grades 3-12 will participate in a questionnaire regarding socio-emotional skills and will reflect on how they perceive these skills in themselves. We are excited about this process!

There are two version of the questionnaire, one for grades 3-5 and one for grades 6-12. Each questionnaire contains two components: Student Supports + Environment and Student Competency Measures. Parents may view the questionnaires, as well as the message teachers will use to introduce the questionnaire to students, at the links below. While completing the questionnaire, students will be encouraged to reflect on their own mindsets, approaches to learning, and feelings about school. It is our goal to help students learn more about themselves as well as to better understand ways we can alleviate barriers to learning and promote a culture of inclusive excellence.

The results from these questionnaires will allow us to better understand how the Olentangy Local School District can best support students’ social and emotional needs. Only administrators and school support staff will be able to view student responses from the “Student Competency Measures” portion of the questionnaire, in which students will reflect on their behavior and general feelings. Students’ individual responses for the “Student Supports & Environment” section, through which students will offer feedback about their classes, teachers, and feelings about their school, will remain anonymous.

If you have questions about this process, would like to opt your student out, or if you'd like to learn more about how this questionnaire helps us meet our district goals, please contact Katherine Hostiuck, district Coordinator of Student Well-Being, at

Thank you for your ongoing support of your student(s) and of our district.


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