2017-18 CHKS results are now available! The California Healthy Kids Survey is an anonymous survey of youth resiliency, school climate and risk behaviors administered in districts all over California. More 900,000 students take the survey statewide. The California Department of Education (CDE) first funded CHKS in 1997 to provide data that would assist schools in promoting positive youth development and school climates, which research has shown promotes student learning and motivation. CHKS also has two companion surveys, the California School Parent Survey and the California School Staff Survey.
Visit this link to view the dashboards: CHKS Dashboards.
Contact: Veronica Chew, Data Analyst II, RAD, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to introduce OUSD's new California Healthy Kids Survey interactive data website: https://chks.data.ousd.k12.ca.us, a joint project of the Community Schools & Student Services Department (CSSS) and Research, Assessment & Data (RAD).
The goal of the site is to make your school’s data easier to explore and use to guide your continuous improvement efforts. This beta version only includes student data from 2013-2014, but future iterations will include data from previous years as well as staff and parent data.
OUSD CHKS data from 2012-13 and earlier can be found on the OUSD CHKS website http://www.ousd.k12.ca.us/Page/268.
Please let us know how this site is working for you by emailing Joanna Locke or Rinat Fried.