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  • Central High School
    Principal: Jon Flynn
    1120 Main Street
    Davenport, Iowa 52803
    Phone: (563) 723-5400
    Fax: (563) 445-5952

  • Conditions for Learning Survey

    Our school is getting ready to administer an annual school climate and culture survey called Conditions for Learning to students in grades 9-12.  This survey administration is required by the state’s plan to meet a federal law called the Every Student Succeeds Act. Our school will conduct the survey on Monday, April 15th.  All Iowa public school districts will use the Conditions for Learning Survey to improve safety, student engagement and the overall learning environment so that all Iowa students have optimum conditions for learning. Our work to improve safety, student engagement and the overall learning environment will have a lasting impact on the future.  

    Iowa measures conditions for learning by asking the real experts each year – STUDENTS.  This is their chance to make their voice heard, and we intend to listen.  Studies have shown this work matters.  Improving skills such as solving problems, working out conflict, and working with other people in a group has led to double-digit increases on achievement test scores, improved classroom behavior and improved attitudes.  This survey is VOLUNTARY, and alternative activities will be provided for students who opt not to participate. 

     Additional information, including a “Written Refusal Form” needed to opt out, can be found at   https://docs.google.com/document/d/10MEviOw-WOwsqpSkdxUG4tJTUYi1nBU3mcO_L6zdCNY/edit