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Fall 2006 Chicago Heights Youth Community Student Survey

Bloom District 206

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Attitudes toward school/after school programs

The students were asked to complete a survey about their attitudes toward school and the after school program.

A total of 6 students took the Fall survey.

Reported race of students is as follows:

 Frequency
ValidBlack5
MissingSystem1
Total6

At Chicago Heights an equal number of males and females reported.

Year in school*Gender Crosstabulation

 
Gender
Total
MaleFemale
Year in SchoolFresh101
Soph112
Jun011
Senior011
Total235

Students are distributed across the grade levels.



Students were asked to respond "yes" or "no" to each of the following:

  • I look forward to tutoring/after school program.
  • My parents talk to me about the after school program.
  • I feel safe and comfortable during the after school program.
  • The after school program helps me do better in school.
  • The after school staff encourages me to do well in school.

As the graph below shows: all of the students report feeling safe and comfortable at the program, that the tutoring staff encourages them, and that their parents talk to them about the program. ; 83% of the students look forward to the program and 2/3 of them feel that the program has helped them do better in school.

 

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