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Is my school safe? Is my school clean and attractive? Are volunteers always welcome at my school? Does my school provide positive experiences for all of its students?

These are a few questions that parents and students, along with teachers throughout Duval County, have an opportunity to answer in the School Climate Survey that is distributed annually to middle and high schools throughout the district.

In an effort to better serve the community, the survey measures student, parent, and teacher satisfaction with the programs and services offered by the schools.

The surveys are completed by all teachers, at least 15 percent of parents, and by at least 15 percent of middle and high school students. The results from each school are tabulated and included in the school district's School Public Accountability Report and Strategic Plan.

The School Climate Survey is administered each Spring. Schools are asked to survey: 1) the parents/guardians of approximately 20% of the student body 2) all employees of the school, and 3) 20% of the student body (grades 6-12 only)

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Student survey

2005-2006

District student summary

The School Climate Survey is administered each Spring. Middle and high schools are requested to survey a random sample of approximately 20% of the student body.

High schools

Middle schools

Charter schools

Special schools

Parents

2005-2006

District parent summary

The School Climate Survey is administered each Spring. Schools are requested to survey a random sample of parents/guardians of approximately 20% of the student body.

High schools

High school parent summary

Anderson Baldwin Englewood First CoastFletcher
ForrestJackson Lee Mandarin Parker
Paxon Peterson Raines Randolph Ribault
Sandalwood Stanton White Wolfson  

Middle schools

Middle school parent summary

Arlington Baldwin Butler Darnell-Cookman Davis, Jeff
duPont Fletcher Ft. Caroline Gilbert Highlands
Johnson Kernan Kirby-Smith Lake Shore Landmark
Landon LaVilla Mandarin Mayport Northwestern
Oceanway Paxon Ribault Southside Stilwell
Stuart Twin Lakes      

Elementary A-G

Abess Park Alimacani Arlington Arlington Hgts Atlantic Beach
Axson, J. Allen Bank of America Bayview Beauclerc Biltmore
Biscayne Brentwood Brewer Brookview Brown, R.L.
Carver, G. W. Cedar Hills Central Riverside Chets Creek Chimney Lakes
Crown Point Crystal Springs Culver, Lola Daniels, R.V. Dinsmore
Englewood Enterprise Evans, St. Clair Finegan Fishweir
Ford, John E. Ft. Caroline Garden City Greenfield Greenland Pines
    Gregory Drive    

Elementary H-O

Hendricks Ave. Highlands Hogan Spring-Glen Holiday Hill Hull, S.A.
Hyde Grove Hyde Park Jackson, Stonewall Jacksonville Beach Jacksonville Hgths
Jefferson, Thomas Jones, Mamie A. Justina Road Kernan Trail King, M.L.
Kings Trail Kite, Henry F. Lake Forest Lake Lucina Livingston, S.P.
Lone Star Long Branch Loretto Love Grove Love, John
Mandarin Oaks Mathis, Sallye Mayport Merrill Road Morgan, Annie R.
Neptune Beach Normandy Village North Shore Norwood Oak Hill
Oceanway       Ortega

Elementary P-Z

Parkwood Hghts Payne, Rufus Pearson, Rutledge Pickett Pine Estates
Pine Forest Pinedale Ramona Reynolds Lane Robinson, Andrew
Sabal Palm San Jose San Mateo San Pablo Seabreeze
Sheffield Southside Estates Spring Park Stockton Tillis, Sadie
Timucuan Tolbert, Susie Twin Lakes Upson, Ruth Venetia
Wesconnett West Jacksonville West Riverside Whitehouse Windy Hill
  Woodland Acres   Woodson, Carter  

Charter schools

Charter school parent summary

Special schools

Employees

2005-2006

District staff summary

The School Climate Survey is administered each Spring. Schools are asked to survey: 1) the parents/guardians of approximately 20% of the student body 2) all employees of the school, and 3) 20% of the student body (grades 6-12 only).

High schools

Elementary A-G

Abess ParkAlimacaniArlingtonArlington HgtsAtlantic Beach
Axson, J. AllenBank of AmericaBayviewBeauclercBiltmore
BiscayneBrentwoodBrewerBrookviewBrown, R. L.
Carver G. W.Cedar HillsCentral RiversideChets CreekChimney Lakes
Crown PointCrystal SpringsCulver, LolaDaniels, R.V.Dinsmore
EnglewoodEnterpriseEvans, St. ClairFineganFishweir
Ford, John E.Ft. CarolineGarden CityGreenfieldGreenland Pines
Gregory Drive       

Elementary H-O

Hendricks AveHighlandsHogan Spring-GlenHoliday HillHull, S.A.
Hyde GroveHyde ParkJackson, StonewallJacksonville BeachJacksonville Hgts
Jefferson, ThomasJones, Mamie A.Justina RoadKernan TrailKing, M. L.
Kings TrailKite, Henry F.Lake ForestLake LucinaLivingston, S. P.
Lone StarLong BranchLorettoLove GroveLove, John
Mandarin OaksMathis, SallyeMayportMerrill RoadMorgan, Annie R.
Neptune BeachNormandy VillageNorth ShoreNorwoodOak Hill
OrtegaOceanway     

Elementary P-Z

2004-2005

Parkwood HghtsPayne, Rufus Pearson, Rutledge PickettPine Estates
Pine ForestPinedale Ramona Reynolds Lane Robinson, Andrew
Sabal PalmSan JoseSan MateoSan PabloSeabreeze
SheffieldSouthside Estates Spring Park Stockton Tillis, Sadie
Timucuan Tolbert, SusieTwin Lakes Upson, Ruth Venetia
WesconnettWest JacksonvilleWest Riverside WhitehouseWindy Hill
Woodland Acres Woodson, Carter     

Charter schools

Charter staff summary

Special schools

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