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SURVEYS

SAMPLE SURVEY QUESTIONS FOR WHOLE SCHOOL POSITIVE BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION AND SUPPORT PROGRAMS


All questions will be rated in this manner: strongly disagree, disagree, agree, strongly agree, don't know.


Principle: Creates a nurturing, caring, and positive school climate.

No questions. This principle is addressed by all the other principles.


Principle: Emphasizes positive reinforcement for students and staff.

Teacher statement:

  • Staff are reinforced by verbal and tangible means when implementing the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support program.

Parent statement:

  • Parents understand how students get rewards and praise when they follow school rules and expectations.

Student statement:

  • Students get rewards and praise when they follow school rules and expectations.


Principle: Data driven, team-based planning and decision making.

Teacher statement:

  • Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Program decisions and plans are based on the school's behavior and discipline data.

Parent statement:

  • Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Program decisions and plans are based on the school's behavior and discipline data.

Student statement:

  • Student rules are made because of information about student behavior.


Principle: Ownership by administrators, teachers, students, parents and other school staff.

Teacher statement:

  • All staff are involved in the design of rules and reinforcements.

Parent statement:

  • Parents are involved in the design of rules and reinforcements.

Student statement:

  • Students are involved in the design of rules and reinforcements.Principle: Proactive, instructional, research and outcome based approaches.

Teacher statement:

  • Universal rules prevent negative behavior and improve learning.

Parent statement:

  • Universal rules prevent negative behavior and improve learning.

Student statement:

  • The school uses school-wide rules which prevent negative behavior and improve learning.


Principle: Implemented for the entire school campus, the entire school day, 100% of the students and 100% of the staff.

Teacher statement:

  • The principles of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support plan are implemented across all setting the entire school day.

Parent statement:

  • When parents visit the school, they can observe that the principles of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support plan are implemented across all setting the entire school day.

Student statement:

  • Students see that the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support plan occurs all day.


Principle: Culturally sensitive, competent and relevant practices.

Teacher statement:

  • At this school students are treated fairly and with respect regardless of race and language.

Parent statement:

  • At this school students are treated fairly and with respect regardless of race and language.

Student statement:

  • At this school students are treated fairly and with respect regardless of race and language.


Principle: Parents, students and community involved in planning, implementing and evaluating.

Teacher statement:

  • Students, parents and community agencies are involved in the development of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support plan from the beginning to the end.

Parent statement:

  • Students, parents and community agencies are involved in the development of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support plan from the beginning to the end.

Student statement:

  • Students, parents and people in the community are involved in rule and reward planning.


Principle: The school behavioral system provides a system of support from school wide to individual.

Teacher statement:

  • The Positive Behavior Intervention and Support plan contains programs for groups and individuals.

Parent statement:

  • The Positive Behavior Intervention and Support plan contains programs for groups and individuals.

Student statement:

  • The Positive Behavior Intervention and Support plan contains programs for groups and individuals.


Principle: Sensitive to individual child and family strengths and needs.

Teacher statement:

  • The school staff has a method for identifying family strengths and utilizing them.
  • The school staff has a method for identifying student strengths and utilizing them.

Possible Parent statement:

  • The school utilizes the strengths available in the families.
  • The school utilizes the strengths of students.

Student statement:

  • The school staff knows your family.
  • The school staff tells students what their strengths are.