The Lindbergh Schools Student Life Board Advisory Committee held its fourth meeting of the year on Jan. 12, 2023. After students had taken the fall social-emotional wellbeing assessments, presenters spoke about what that data will help with.
Dr. Sheriah Mason, Director of Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity, spoke about the data discrepancies between groups of students based on demographics. She would like to use the data to help identify those groups of students that don't feel included based on the assessment questions. Maureen Stabler, intervention specialist, broke down the data to show how students, parents/guardians, school personnel and teachers can be used to help each student improve their social-emotional wellbeing. Each presenter also shared that data helps identify group trends, as well as individual trends.
These presentations led to a group discussion on how students can be included based on their culture, religion and diversity.
The SEL assessments help identify students who may need intervention, and provide data to help allocate resources throughout the district. Parents will be able to opt out of having their child take the screener. The next assessment will be given in the spring.