School Climate Survey

Limestone Learning Foundation

The 2023-2024 School Climate Survey will happen at all schools between April 22 to May 3, 2024. The survey results will help the Limestone District School Board understand more about how to make our schools safer and welcoming for everyone. 

Students will be given the option to participate in the survey between April 22 and May 3 during class time at school. The survey is voluntary and anonymous. No student’s name or student number will be on the survey. The results will only include information about groups of students and will not identify any individual students.  

The survey questions are about learning, bullying, inclusion, well-being, and identity. This year, Limestone DSB is working closely with KFL&A Public Health to include questions about sleep, physical activity, food, mental health, and for students in Grade 7 to 12, substance use. Limestone DSB will share the answers to these questions with KFL&A Public Health so they can plan and improve programs that are offered in our classrooms. These questions are also voluntary and anonymous.  

Families can view all survey questions online: 


Questions About the 2023-2024 School Climate Survey

A summary of frequently asked questions is available for families and students to review regarding the 2023-2024 School Climate Survey.  

If you have more questions, please speak to your school principal.  

The Limestone District School Board is situated on traditional territories of the Anishinaabe & Haudenosaunee.