What we do, how we speak, and what opportunities we provide our staff, students, and communities all affect the climate of our school.
There are people that will say ‘We don’t have time for school climate because we so much on our plate, ‘ and my philosophy is school climate is actually the plate that everything else has to go on.
Schools communicate with handouts, email, announcements and their school website while teens get 92% of their news and current events from Social Media.
More than 50% of children who have been bullied online do not report the behavior to their parents, leaving their parents with no idea regarding this behavior.
Improving school culture has measurable positive effects on student performance, attendance, enrollment, teacher retention and student behavior.