District Calendars Mission, Vision, and Beliefs Search GUSD News Cont.
Meet the Board Agendas, Minutes & Videos Meeting Dates Board Policies
Business Services Educational Services Personnel Services Superintendent
Our Educational Programs Enrolling your Student Other Information for Parents and Students Common Core Useful Links College and Career Elementary Music Program English Learner Program Forms for Parents Teacher Resources
Our Schools Links To Additional Information Volunteer Process Information
Contracts & Documents District Forms Educator's Toolbox Energy Management Program Sex Offender Notification Tech Resources Useful Links Workers' Compensation Procedures
Frequently Asked Questions

California Healthy Kids Survey

California Healthy Kids Survey

 

The California Healthy Kids Survey is administered every other year to students in grades 7, 9, and 11*.  It is sponsored by the California Department of Education and gathers information on behaviors of our youth on subjects such as:  physical activity, nutritional habits, alcohol, tobacco and drug use, school safety, and developmental assets.  It is completely anonymous and will take place in your child's classroom.

This survey helps GUSD monitor student behaviors and attitudes regarding health and assists us in the maintenance of our health programs.

Fifth grade students must obtain written parent permission, while parents of students in grades seventh, ninth and eleventh must complete an opt out form if they do not wish for their child to participate in the survey.  You may access the forms by clicking on the following links:

 

2015-16 Opt Out form for 7th, 9th and 11th grade students

 

If you are interested in viewing the results of the 2009 survey, please use the following links:

2009 CHKS Results for Elementary

2009 CHKS Results for Secondary

2012 CHKS Results for WHS

 

*Due to the elimination of federal and state funding for this survey, Glendora USD has not administered the CHKS since 2009 (except for WHS which received a grant to administer the CHKS in 2012).   Grant funding in 2012 requires the administration of this survey to students in grades 7, 9 and 11.