California Healthy Kids Survey

  • Healthy Kids Survey logo Each year, Pasadena Unified administers the California Healthy Kids Survey.

    This fall, November 4-18, 2022 students in grade 6, 7, 9 and 11 will be asked to complete the 2022 California Healthy Kids Survey. The survey includes questions regarding local youth health risks and behaviors, school connectedness, school climate, protective factors, and school violence. Please complete these instructions by October 28, 2022 to make your choice regarding participation:

    6th Grade Families/guardians:

    If you want your child to participate,  you must submit one of the forms below.

    CHKS Grade 6 Consen t-

    7th, 9th, and 11th grade Families/guardians:

    If you do not want your child to complete the survey, you must opt out by clicking one of the links below: 

    CHKS Opt Out -

    Your child does not have to take the survey, but it is highly encouraged. Your student's voice is valuable!

Encuesta de Niños Saludables de California

  • Healthy Kids Survey logoCada año, el Distrito Unificado de Pasadena administra la Encuesta de Niños Saludables de California.

    Este otoño, del 4 al 18 de noviembre de 2022, se les pedirá a los estudiantes de los grados 6, 7, 9 y 11 que completen la Encuesta de Niños Saludables de California de 2022. La encuesta incluye preguntas sobre los riesgos y comportamientos para la salud de los jóvenes locales, la conexión escolar, el clima escolar, los factores de protección y la violencia escolar. Complete estas instrucciones antes del 28 de octubre de 2022 para elegir su participación:

    Familias/tutores de 6to grado:

    Si desea que su hijo participe, debe enviar uno de los formularios a continuación.

    CHKS Grado 6 Consentimiento Español -  

    Familias/tutores de los grados 7, 9 y 11

    Si no desea que su hijo complete la encuesta, debe optar por no participar haciendo clic en uno de los enlaces a continuación:

    CHKS Opt Out Español -  

    Su hijo no tiene que tomar la encuesta, pero se recomienda enfáticamente. ¡La voz de su estudiante es valiosa!

Past Surveys

  • Link to Climate and Social Emotional Learning Survey
    SEL Survey Results
    • School Climate Results

    • SEL Survey Results
    • School Climate Results

    Responses from Spring 2021 on students' perceptions regarding their social awareness, academic resilience, and growth mindsets.

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    Survey Results
    Regarding our one-time $40 million Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER III) grant. Respondents' priorities included: focusing on key ELA and Math curriculum; increasing instructional staffing; targeting students with the greatest need for support and intervention; and strengthening social-emotional supports. The community supported making improvements to facilities, including repairs to classroom windows, replacing old carpets and generally improving classrooms to reduce environmental hazards related to COVID-19.
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    Survey Results
    Administered between 9/1/2020 and 9/13/2020 to learn about families experiences and satisfaction with curbside food service program, as well as convenience of pickup hours.
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    Survey Results
    Special Education Spring/Summer 2020 Remote Learning Web Survey - Administered July 28 - August 2, 2020: The Office of Specialized Student Support conducted a survey about families' experiences around the emergency Remote Learning Program implemented in the spring and summer when schools were physically closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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    Survey Results
    Online School for 2020-21 - Administered July 1-14, 2020 to learn which students' families intend to enroll in an online school option at the start of the 2020-21 school year.
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    Survey Results
    Covid-19 Closure Survey - Administered April 26 - May 3, 2020 to gather feedback from students, their parents, staff, and administrators regarding their concerns, how well the district was supporting students and staff, and what resources and supports would be useful during the remote learning period.