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Non-Academic Tests, Surveys, & Questionnaires

Non-Academic Test, Surveys, & Questionnaires

On this page you can access copies of any non-academic tests, surveys, and questionnaires used in our school district.

Kansas Communities that Care (KCTC) Survey - Grades 6,8,10 & 12

The focus of the student survey is on health risk behaviors, social-emotional development, and identifying predictors of problematic and positive behavior.  

Topics covered in the KCTC Survey:

  • Support at school
  • Alcohol Use
  • Tobacco Use
  • Drug Use
  • Vaping
  • Depression/suicide
  • Bullying

How the survey benefits communities:

Overall, the goal is to identify the factors that increase the risk of a problem developing for students, and then find ways to reduce the risk. With the information gathered in the survey, districts and communities get an accurate assessment of their students’ needs.  Please click here to learn more.

At Riverton Middle and High School we give the core survey and two optional modules.  The optional modules cover topics related to depression / suicide and family domain. 

Please Click Here to view the survey.

FastBridge SAEBRS & mySAEBRS - Grades K-12

The SAEBRS (Social, Academic, and Emotional Behavior Risk Screener) is a brief, norm-referenced tool for screening all students to identify those who are at risk for social-emotional behavior (SEB) problems. SAEBRS is one of the only SEB universal screening tools built to align with a dual-factor model of student social-emotional functioning, which asserts that mental health should be defined by both the absence of problem behaviors and symptomatology (e.g., internalizing and externalizing behaviors) and the presence of well-being and competencies (e.g., social-emotional skills).

SAEBRS has a student-rater companion assessment, Please click here for mySAEBRS, which allows students in grades 2-12 to self-assess their social, academic, and emotional behavior.

Learn more about SAEBRS and my SABERS Please click here.



Last Modified on October 4, 2022