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Proctor Survey  

Below are checklists to complete before and the day of survey administration. 

Who Is Responsible?

Teachers or others
who have been asked
proctor the survey
by the district coordinator

Pre-Administration Day To-Dos 

Lesson Plan

Your district survey coordinator will provide the date and time to proctor the survey, along with a list of 6th-, 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-grade students who have a signed Guardian Consent Letter.

Set Up the Classroom

Prepare for accessibility needs

The survey has been designed to be accessible to all students in the following ways: 

Blind and Low Vision

Print Disability: For students with a print disability such as dyslexia, it is recommended to use the Google Extension Read Aloud on a Chrome browser when taking the survey.

Deaf: All survey instructions, questions and resources are available in written form.

Learning Disability: To help students with a learning disability successfully complete the survey, schools are encouraged to maintain existing accommodations in the student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP) while ensuring complete student anonymity on the survey is maintained.

English Language Learner


For Remote Learners

Schedule a class period to take the survey as a group proctored using an online video conferencing platform (Zoom, Skype, Google Hangouts, etc.).

As a last resort, send survey link as an un-proctored assignment with a definitive due date.

Administration Day To Dos 

  • To provide the survey link electronically, sharethis pdf via smartboard projection, video conferencing platform, or your school’s learning management system (Google Classroom, Blackboard, Seesaw, etc.).
    • Note: The survey may be taken on any device with internet access. However, we don’t recommend smartphones due to the small screen size. 
  • If you don’t share the survey link electronically, write the link on the board:surveys.kctcdata.org/s3/studentsurvey2024
Download PDF

2. Review Instructions with Students

Review instructions with students whose guardian(s) have provided consent and who choose to take the survey. Instruction options:

3. Help Students Begin the Survey

4. Help Students Finish and Submit the Survey

When there are 3-5 minutes remaining in the class period, ask students to:

Student Support Resources

Suicide prevention and behavioral health resources are embedded in the survey. Once students submit the survey, the following support resource information will appear:

Revised May 2023