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EVERY VOICE MATTERS  ADSB Census & Well-Being Survey​


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(February 2019)  Welcome to Every Voice Matters!  The Algoma District School Board will be reaching out to students, parents and staff through census and well-being surveys to better Logo.png
understand the needs of students and school communities.  


The Algoma District School Board invites your participation in this survey to help us identify opportunities to improve our schools and make sure that students’ achievement and well-being are at the centre of everything we do.  

We are committed to fostering an inclusive environment and listening to your concerns and aspirations!  The information gathered through Every Voice Matters will help us to better understand those we serve and assist us in future planning for resources and program.  Your help will guide meaningful change in order to improve student learning, growth and success in the coming years.

Students, parents and staff will be invited to participate in Every Voice Matters throughout the month of April.

ADSB STUDENT VOICE

Students in JK-Grade 3: 
Parents/guardians will be invited to complete an online Student Census & Well-Being Survey, alongside their son/daughter, at home.
*Paper copies can be supplied upon request. 

Students in Grades 4-12:
Students will be asked to complete an online Student Census & Well-Being Survey at school, in class.

ADSB STAFF VOICE

ADSB Staff will be asked to complete a Workplace Census & Well-Being Survey.  


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ADSB PARENT VOICE

Parents of students in JK-Grade 3 will have an opportunity to complete an online Parent Voice Survey as part of the JK-Grade 3 Student Census & Well-Being Survey.


Parents of students in Grades 4-12 will be invited to complete an online Parent Voice Survey. 
*Paper copies can be supplied upon request. ​

















CONFIDENTIALITY
Individual student and family information will be protected and kept confidential during this process.  The purpose of collecting the data is to identify patterns, trends and areas of interest, based on data collected for student populations and school communities.  Summary data will be reported to provide an understanding of school commmunities and their needs, but no individual student data will ever be reported.