Delta School District High Schools Student Survey 2019
  • Welcome!

    Thank you for taking the time to answer the questions in the survey.  
    Your opinions and thoughts matter!
    Know that this survey is ANONYMOUS, meaning we do not ask your name and we cannot figure out who gave what answers, so please be as open and honest as possible.
    The information we collect will help us provide you with improved counseling services.
    Thank you!

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    What school do you attend?

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    What grade are you in?

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    I identify as

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    Did you transfer to Delta School District within the last year?

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    What is your ethnic identity?

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    A first-generation college student is defined as a student whose parent(s)/legal guardian(s) have not completed a bachelor's degree. This means that you are the first in your family to attend a four-year college/university to attain a bachelor's degree. For this question assume you will be attending a 4-university, would you identify as a first generation college student?

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    What is the highest level of education obtained by your parents (or guardians)?

  • *Are you on Free or Reduced Lunch Plan?
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    I know who my school counselor is.

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    Last school year I met individually with my school counselor 

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    This school year I met individually with my school counselor 

  • *I trust my school counselor 
  • *How comfortable do you feel asking your counselor for help?
  • *My school counselor has provided services that have been helpful to me
  • Describe why you chose the answer to the above question
  • *Have you been in a class and the school counselor came in to give a presentation either last school year or this year?
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    Have you attended any small groups with your school counselor?

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    My school counselor has talked with me about

    [Check all that apply]

  • When you met with your counselor about your grades, how helpful did you find it?

  • When you met with your counselor about choosing classes, how helpful did you find it?

  • When you met with your counselor about graduation requirements, how helpful did you find it?

  • When you met with your counselor about relationship problems with friends or classmates, how helpful did you find it?

  • When you met with your counselor about bullying, how helpful did you find it?

  • When you met with your counselor about emotional struggles (such as depression, anxiety, stress, etc.), how helpful did you find it?

  • When you met with your counselor about personal problems that are happening outside of school, how helpful did you find it?

  • When you met with your counselor about study skills, organization skills, time management skills, how helpful did you find it?

  • When you met with your counselor about developing you ICAP, how helpful did you find it?

  • When you met with your counselor about planning what you want to do after high school, how helpful did you find it?

  • When you met with your counselor about college applications, how helpful did you find it?

  • When you met with your counselor about financial aid or scholarships, how helpful did you find it?

  • *While at this school, have you had any classes where your grade was a D or F?
  • Did you meet with your school counselor about your grades?
  • *My school counselor has helped me to learn about my strengths, abilities, and/or learning styles
  • *Has there every been a time you wanted to speak with your school counselor and couldn't?
  • Please describe what got in the way of you seeing your school counselor 

  • [For 9th graders]

    What activities were you a part of as an 8th grader going into 9th grade?

    Check ALL that apply

  • [9th graders] What do you wish your school counselor would have done to get you ready for high school?

    If there isn't anything, please leave blank

  • *I have not come to school because of:
    Check ALL that are true.
  • *My chances of earning a high school diploma / graduating from high school are:
  • *I know what an ICAP (Individual Career and Academic Plan) is
  • Do you have an ICAP?

  • *Have you taken a career interest inventory?
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    How easy is it to use Naviance?

    0=I have never used Naviance

    1=Very Difficult to use

    5=Very Easy to use

  • *Have you logged onto Naviance and completed activities and assessments about career, jobs or your future?
  • *Have you had lessons in your classroom about careers and colleges?
  • Who taught the lessons?
  • How effective were the lessons you did on careers and colleges?
  • *Have you had any presentations, meeting or lessons on the cost of college and how to pay for college
  • *Have you had any presentations, meeting or lessons how further education impacts the money you make in the future
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    Please indicate if you have taken any of the tests below (mark all that apply)

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    When did you first get advice from school on the proper courses to take to gain admission to college? (Mark one)

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    What are your plans after high school?

    Note: Even if you plan on working while attending school, please choose which school option you plan on pursuing and not choose "Other"

  • Have you participated in
    Check all the apply

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    How often have you discussed the admission requirements to get into college (any institution) with each of the following people:

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    I have been involved with

  • *How important are the following factors in how you make decisions about your post high school plans
     
    • Not at all
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    • Very much
    I'm passionate about the subject I want to continue studying
    Pressure from my parents
    Pressure from teachers and staff at the school
    Need to support my family
    In the future I need money to be independent
    Financial security
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    What are the barriers to you attending college?

     
    • 0- Not a Barrier; 1-A very small barrier
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    • A large barrier
    I feel I cannot afford college
    My career plans do not require a college education
    The application process is too difficult
    I have to make money right away after high school
    I don't feel confident I will do well in classes
    I have to take care of a family member
    I don't see the point of going to college
    I don't want to take the SAT or ACT
    My family doesn't support me
    My high school grades aren't good enough
    Other reasons for not attending college
  • [For 11th and 12th grade] I know what the FASFA is

  • 11th and 12th grade: Has your counselor helped you find scholarships?
  • *Please choose the top three topics you would like the counselor to present on.
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