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SCHOOL SAFETY AND ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY
The number of acts of crime or violence reported
per 100 students, which includes all acts occurring in a school, at a bus stop,
on a school bus, on school grounds, or during off-campus, school-sponsored
Out of 336 students in our school, there were a total of 0 acts of crime or violence.
The number of acts of crime or violence per 100 Students:
Student Out-of-School Suspensions &
The average number of short-term (10 days or less) and long-term (more than 10 days)
out-of-school suspensions and expulsions per 100 students.
Please note that these data are not available at this time.
The average number of suspensions and expulsions per 100 students:
The average percentage of students who attend
Access to Books and Technology
Number of Books per
The number of library/media center books
per student in your school and in the state.
Average Age of Media
The average age of the books in the school
media center/library collection.
Number of Students
per Instructional Computer
The number of students per instructional
computer in your school and in the state.
Number of Students per
The number of students per Internet-connected
Percentage of Classrooms Connected
to the Internet
The percentage of your school's classrooms
that are connected to the Internet.
Percentage of Classrooms Connected to the
demonstrated that healthier students will learn better and become healthier
adults. Following are some questions to ask about the health of your child's
Is this school 100% tobacco free
(Staff, students, and visitors are not allowed to use tobacco products on
school grounds at any time)?
Does this school have a policy
establishing nutrition standards for foods available in any of the following
- A la carte items in the cafeteria
- Vending machines
- Snack bars/school stores
- Other areas
Does this school have a policy
requiring daily physical education/activity?
Does the health education
curriculum in this school address HIV prevention (for schools with grades 6-12
It is difficult to measure in numbers, but no
less critical for parents/families and schools to work together to support
student learning. Research has found that when schools work together with
families to support learning, children tend to succeed not just in school,
but throughout life. Following are some questions to ask about parent/family
involvement at your school.
Does the School Improvement Plan outline the school's parent involvement
How does your school involve parents in decision-making?
Are school personnel readily accessible to parents?
Is there an organized volunteer program at the school?
Does your school make every effort to communicate with parents?
Are parents offered workshops and support materials to help you support
your child's learning?
Is the community invited to be involved with the school?
How well does parental involvement at your child's school reflect the diversity
of the parents and guardians whose children attend that school?