School Perceptions Survey

Each year, students in the Shorewood School District have the opportunity to participate in the School Perceptions Student Engagement Survey. The survey collects data on seven indicators of student engagement:
  • Connectedness
  • Drive
  • Citizenship
  • Preparation
  • Social and Emotional Aptitude
  • Wellness
  • Equity

The survey is designed to measure a student’s engagement in both their school work and school community. It provides the District with important information, such as how students spend their free time, their perception of the rigor and relevance of our curriculum, how they utilize various support systems, school life and planning for life after high school graduation.
The goal in conducting this survey is to identify how the District can best support each student to ensure their lifelong success upon graduation from the Shorewood High School. The data collected will help the District to improve the quality of the education for your child as well as every student in the Shorewood School District.
2023 Update:
The School Perceptions Student Survey window has been scheduled for April 25-May 5. Each school will make arrangements for students in grades 4-12 to participate in the survey based on their building's schedule, and teachers will discuss the survey with students in advance. No identifying information other than your student's email address is provided to School Perceptions and the online survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.  The Student Survey questions as well as results from last year's surveys can be viewed below. If you elect to not have your student(s) participate in the School Perceptions survey, please download, complete and return this Survey Opt Out form to the Superintendent's Office by Friday, April 14. If no form is received, your child will be asked to participate in the survey.
2022 School Perceptions Survey Reports
2021 School Perceptions Survey Reports