School Culture and Climate Data
Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8’s (FFC8) values listening to each voice: students, staff, and family members. Multiple opportunities for stakeholders to provide both formal and informal feedback are offered, welcomed, and encouraged for continuous improvement. School Data Reflection
Behavior is communication: How students behave at school and how the school responds, speaks to culture of the FFC8 community. Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a comprehensive approach that uses discipline to teach, rather than punish, and as a result, helps students succeed and thrive in school.
Student Voice: FFC8's ultimate goal is to prepare today's youth for tomorrow's responsibilities. In order to do this, the school must listen to and provide opportunities for students to express how they feel about their school. The charts below represent student responses to questions about safety, academics, culture, and connection. This survey is administered twice a year. The most recent results are displayed below.
Family Voice: Family members are an important part of the FFC8 community to support students. Schools are interested in hearing from student family members. Please inquire about opportunities to serve on school committees and feedback sessions. Displayed are results from some of the most recent questions that were asked of families regarding respect, communication, wellbeing and technology access.
Faculty and Staff Feedback: The entire staff is committed to creating a safe, caring, and academically engaging environment. It is important that every member of the FFC8 community has a voice, and is supported to serve the best interest of every student. Below are survey results from teachers, specialized service providers, custodial staff, etc.