California Healthy Kids Surveys
Provides detailed data related to three required state priorities — school climate, pupil engagement, and parent involvement — and identifies the needs of vulnerable subgroups and the conditions of school facilities. The majority of districts in California now use this data as LCAP indicators.
Users can compare results among students, teachers and other staff, and parents to gain a more comprehensive picture of stakeholder perceptions and experiences and how they vary.
A district can compare its data to other district’s throughout the state and to state norms. The system is a rich resource for research and program planning at the county and state levels.
For students in grades 5 & 6, we need active consent in order for your child to participate. This means we will need your signed permission. Your child should have brought home a permission slip. You may also request one for your child's teacher or the district office.
For students in grades 7-12, passive consent is required. This means that all students will participate in the survey unless their parent calls the office to opt them out. If you'd like to opt your child out, please do so before the survey administration date.