California School Climate, Health & Learning Surveys (CalSCHLS)
The California Department of Education created a system of surveys to measure school climate, health, and learning. This system of surveys is referred to as CalSCHLS and it provides school districts and communities with quality local data to improve student academic performance and social-emotional, behavioral, and physical health of all youth. This system of surveys assesses key indicators linked to success in school, career, and life. As with the majority of districts in California, Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District (FSUSD) uses CalSCHLS data as a LCAP indicator.
This system of surveys encompasses the California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS), the California School Parent Survey (CSPS) and the California School Staff Survey (CSSS). In previous years, FSUSD administered the system of surveys every other year to 5th, 7th, 9th, and 11th grade students. FSUSD ceased surveying 5th grade students after the 2009-2010 school year and resumed surveying 5th graders in 2015-2016. Starting with the 2020-2021 school year, FSUSD will administer the surveys every year.Access the CalSCHLS data dashboard to examine the most recent state and district CHKS results, trends over time on CHKS indicators, and disparities in survey outcomes across subgroups. Below are reports, by school year, specific to FSUSD.2020-20212019-20202017-20182015-2016Questionnaires5th grade: English & Spanish
Healthy Kids Survey Parent SurveyStaff Survey2013-2014CHKS Site Levels Reports2011-2012