After your school has completed an assessment and the responses have been entered online, your school will immediately receive the results of the assessment on a 4-point rubric. Based on how your school responded to the assessment questions, an automatic scoring system will place your school at a given level within the 4-point scale on the rubric. Ideally, this will help your school identify how to improve. Below are definitions of what each level means.
- Level 1 (Initiating): With respect to this particular indicator, your school is just beginning on its journey to becoming a healthy school and has lots of room for improvement.
- Level 2 (Taking Action): With respect to this particular indicator, your school has started to set priority areas for creating a healthy school, but still has significant room for improvement.
- Level 3 (Achieving Success): With respect to this particular indicator, , your school is well on its way to developing a healthy school, but still has some areas that require improvement.
- Level 4 (Maintaining Momentum): With respect to this particular indicator, your school is succeeding (well done!). Now is the time to concentrate on keeping the momentum alive to maintain while always considering new and interesting ways to continually improve. As a team, review the results of the assessment and use the results to prioritize areas for your school to focus your efforts.