What does the statute say?
mySAEBRS (my 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 assess 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).
mySAEBRS has a teacher-rater companion assessment, the SAEBRS, which can be used to screen individual students across grades K-12, at either the classroom, grade, school, or district level. FastBridge recommends districts use both raters together to gain a more complete picture of a students social-emotional functioning and wellbeing.
Myriad factors, both positive and negative, shape the actions of the students in your community. It can be difficult to identify what those unique factors are — that’s where the KCTC Student Survey comes in.
Conducted annually and anonymously with 6th, 8th, 10th, and 12th graders, the survey provides valuable insights on the health risk behaviors and opinions of students in your county, district, and schools today — so that you can identify and fund the programs and activities your community needs tomorrow.
To explore the survey results of your area, start by selecting your county on the menu to the left once you click the “View Survey Results” button.