Select a School...
Select a School

healthy kids logo
            
 California Healthy Surveys measure youth health, risk behavior, and resilience & positive school climate from the perception of students, parents, and all school staff.
 

 

 
February 1-28, 2015  The CHKS Window is open!
 
Let your voice be heard! 
 
Currently, we are surveying:
  • All Parents of all schools K-12
  • All Certificated and Classified Staff K-12
  • 5th grade, 7th, 9th and 11th grade students 
  • High achieving schools are surveying all their students beginning with the 5th grade 
 
We want to keep doing the things that work and continuosly improve those that need re-focus and renewed energy.  Thank you for being part of the solution to make OUSD an outstanding school district! 
 
 
 About this year's surveys:
  • Each survey and it's questions have been designed specifically for OUSD's Pathway to Excellence Plan
  • New Parent Survey
  • New Staff Survey
  • New Student Surveys 
 
Contact your school's administrative office to participate (if you have not been contacted already) 
 
 
 
                                                     2013-14
 
New Release: OUSD 2013-14 data from February California Healthy Kids Administration!
 
 
 
 
Who took the survey in Feb/Mar of 2014?  
2013-14 OUSD District Level California Healthy Kids Survey Participation:
Parent Survey ... 12,209     
(36,777 parent/guardians eligible) (18 languages)
 
Staff Survey ... 2300
(3049 staff eligible)
  
Student Survey ... 8328                        
(12,211 students eligible)  (5th graders 3072, 2441 7th graders, &  6698 HS students eligible)
 
Special thanks to all parents, students and our hard working staff who have built a powerful set of data that measures the success of our Community Schools, Thriving Students, & Continuous Improvement driven initiatives. 

 Thank you all!

We want to hear what You Think!      
 
 
Data Driven Decision Making Steps:
1) WestEd, our state partner, tallies all of the parent, student, and staff entered data and returns it to us in raw form. 
2) Our QAA staff build our reports that school leaders utilize in the development of their site plans for 2014-15.
3) All OUSD departments meet in discussions over all OUSD comprehensive data sets including California Healthy Kids Data to allocate resources and devise strategies for Continuous Improvement. 
 
Our Surveys: 
Our Elementary, Secondary and Staff Surveys have been redisigned to grab the data meaningful for Continuous Improvement of our Community Schools, Thriving Students,  School District. 
Click to See 2013-14 OUSD Survey Questions                                                                           
 
 
       
 
 
healthy kids logo
            
 

 
 
 
  
Overview
 
The California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) is a comprehensive youth risk behavior, resilience and positive school climate data collection service available to all California local education agencies (it is also available outside of California). It consists of a modular survey instrument tied to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Youth Risk Behavior Survey and to WestEd's California Student Survey, together with a full-service survey support system. Separate elementary, middle, and high school versions are taken.
Since 1999, an integrated CHKS statewide representative sample has replaced both the California Student Survey and the Youth Risk Behavior Survey in California.
 
History
 
OUSD has administered the California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) for over a decade. It is now our official District survey and our primary method of gathering feedback from students, staff, and parents in support of serving children.
California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) questions are so well aligned to our Strategic Plan and our goal to have Full-Service Community Schools in every neighborhood. Data will be used to steer the initiatives of the Strategic Plan and the development of Full-Service Community Schools. 
 

Statewide

The California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) is given to students throughout the state of California, in every school district. It asks students about their health, their habits, and how they feel about being at school.

 

 

Last Modified on Monday at 3:42 PM