LISD Survey Results

LISD Survey Results
Posted on 02/19/2018

Thank you for taking advantage of the opportunity to share your voice as members of the Lackland ISD learning organization by participating in the Spring 2017 and/or Fall 2017 survey opportunities.  The links below will give you access to reports.  These reports will share results and spring to fall survey comparison data. 

Lackland ISD students in third through twelfth grade have the opportunity to participate in two surveys.  One survey solicits feedback related to campus climate and culture.  This survey measures school belonging, school climate, school engagement, school safety, and school teacher-student relationships.  The other survey is related to student social and emotional learning competencies.  This survey is comprised of questions related to the student’s self-assessment of classroom effort, grit, growth mindset, and self-efficacy.  You are encouraged to review the results of student surveys and engage with your child’s teachers and campus personnel to support us in improvement efforts.

Grade Levels

School Culture and Climate Survey

Social and Emotional Learning Competencies

3rd- 5th

2017 Climate Survey 3-5

2017 SEL Competencies 3-5

6th – 12th

2017 Climate Survey 6-12

2017 SEL Competencies 6-12


The Lackland ISD Family – School Relationships Survey is an opportunity for parents and/or guardians to share their perceptions about school culture and climate.  This survey seeks responses to questions related to barriers to engagement, family engagement, school climate, and school fit.  In the spring of 2017, there were 259 responses.  This number decreased to 182 for the fall 2017 survey window.  Our goal is to increase family responses in future surveys.  The Family-School Relationships Survey may be viewed by clicking (Family Survey Report).

Lackland ISD believes that a healthy culture and climate for students begins with what we provide for teachers and staff.  Therefore, Lackland ISD teachers and staff were asked to share their perceptions related to the following topics: educating all students, feedback and coaching, professional learning, school climate, school leadership, and teaching efficacy.  Teacher perceptions may be viewed by clicking (Teacher Survey) and staff perceptions may be viewed by clicking (Staff Survey).

In addition to the survey opportunities, students, families, and staff were asked to provide specific feedback regarding two things our schools do well and two things we could do to improve.  Accolades shared were related to peer to peer support, technology, resources, student and teacher relationships, and teacher autonomy.  Communication, dress code, lunch offerings, and student discipline.  Campus and district teams are currently reviewing data and develop plans to inform learning organization priorities towards continuous improvement.  Our goal is to provide periodic updates regarding actions taken. 

We share this information with you to enlist your continued engagement with the survey and our efforts towards continuous improvement.  Your next opportunity to share your voice we be during the spring survey window, March 5 – March 23, 2018.  We aim to invest more time and effort in areas that will positively impact our ability to fulfill our vision, mission, and beliefs as your school district.