An Atmospheric Sampling
Last February 24, the QSI secondary campus conducted a survey designed to
gauge the general perceptions of students and staff concerning the learning atmosphere in the school. The questions in the survey cover a large area of school related topics, including the aesthetic aspects of the campus, interaction between students and teachers, the variety of events in the school,and even the quality of the air on campus.
One secondary 3 student commented “The survey was interesting … I hope the school will improve based on these results.” Director Mr. Hemphill said of conducting such self examinations from time to time, “It is healthy because input from people can finally be acknowledged, and it can help us evaluate the
things we’re doing; it is definitely necessary. “ And the counselor, Mr. Lewis, agrees: “It’s always good to reflect on things. It is not only for figuring out the problems, but also to confirm the things we do right. No systems are perfect; there is always room for improvement.”
Although all results have not been fully tabulated, the Dragon Flyer has selected 8 out of the 50 questions and calculated the votes. The majority of the participants agreed that the students in the school not only treat each other with respect, but also share a good relationship with the faculty and staff. Moreover, according to the results, the teachers appear to enjoy their lives.
Interestingly enough in light of the overall positive feedback, the survey shows that many participants would rather be elsewhere; but hey, let’s be real, what kind of teenager prefers to be at school? The administrator will further tally out the rest of the results and analyze the improvements that should be applied to the school.
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