A recent culture survey administered to staff and faculty of the Charles City School District reveals staff and faculty feel they have productive teamwork. But they also see a need for improvement for consistent student discipline. In April and May of this year, School Perceptions, an organization to help educational leaders gather, organize, and use data to make strategic decisions, conducted the survey.
57 percent of the school district partook, 33 percent of that came from the middle school. The survey tested a multitude of areas within the district. The results varied with 96 percent of staff and faculty felt their work contributed to the success of the district, while 11 percent agreed there was consistent student behavior and discipline is handled by all staff.
Soon-to-be Superintendent Mike Fisher says this is an opportunity for the school district to grow
“Culture, climate and organizational health is one of my highest priorities and focus of my tenure,” Fisher said. “We want people to feel included and make a difference.”
You can find the full results of the survey by going to www.charlescityschools.com then click on ‘district,’ ‘board of education,’ and ‘exhibits.’