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    Measuring school climate is an effective strategy recognizing the social, emotional and intellectual attributes of K-12 education.  School climate is based on student, parent and school personnel experiences of school life and reflects goals, educational practices, values, and interpersonal relationships.
    Iredell-Statesville Schools have been measuring school climate since the 2000-01 school year.  This year the survey went through a revision and renewal process culminating in a relevant instrument designed to capture the climate of our schools and district as a whole and to provide feedback on how students, parents, and school personnel perceive their school's climate for learning.
    We hope you will take some time to view the survey results and partner with us in working together to create safe, supportive, engaging, and academically challenging schools for the students of Iredell-Statesville Schools. 
    According to the data from the survey:
    • 92.2% of parents would recommend their school to their friends.
    • 81.1% of parents would give the district a grade of an "A" or a "B".
    • 92.0% of parents feel that their children are learning what they need to know to succeed in later grades and after graduating from high school.
    • Over 90% of students in grades 6-12 feel they are supported by their teachers.
    • 94.8% of students in grades 3-5 feel their teachers enjoy the subject(s) they teach.
    • 95.5% of teachers believe their school offers a wide variety of rigorous and relevant content to keep students engaged. 
    Click here to view all of the results from the survey.
    Read more about the district's release of the 2014-15 School Climate Survey by reviewing the press release