Minnesota Student Survey
Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) is asking students in grades 5, 8, 9 and 11 to participate in the 2019 Minnesota Student Survey (MSS). The MSS is conducted in schools across our state every three years.
Questions on the survey are about many topics relating to young people’s lives. The survey asks about how well school is going, future plans, out-of-school activities, physical and mental health, relationships, substance use and more. High school students are asked about sexual behavior. This useful information about their thoughts and behaviors helps communities and schools develop effective programs and provide better services. Results from the survey will be made public in the fall.
Date(s) the Minnesota Student Survey (MSS) will be administered in SPPS: February 11-April 29, 2019
If you have questions about the survey, please contact: Jennifer Vigil by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 651-744-6318.
You have the right to review a copy of the survey. Find your student’s grade below and click on the prefered language to see the survey.
This survey is anonymous. To prevent individuals or families from being identified, students do not provide their names, student identification numbers, or other personal information.
This survey is voluntary. You may choose to have your child not take the survey by completing and returning the form below. Students may also decline to take any part of the survey or the whole survey. They are informed of that option by staff.
If you do not wish to have your child participate in the Minnesota Student Survey (MSS), complete this online form or call Jennifer Vigil (651-744-6318) within two weeks of receiving this letter.
For more information, visit spps.org/schoolsupport.