About the Adams County Student Survey
ACYI is firmly committed to administering and reporting our annual Student Survey as a means of elevating the voices of our most important stakeholders – youth. This survey asks students in Adams 12 Five Star Schools, Adams County School District 14, Mapleton Public Schools, School District 27J, and Westminster Public Schools their opinions about a number of things including: life at home, at school, and in the community.
As with all surveys, we understand that the information we receive through the Student Survey is subjective and not necessarily a concise report, however– it does provide us with a valuable narrative of life within Adams County for our young people. These surveys allow us to recognize the themes of the experiences of our youth and direct us to where to ask more questions and where to ask our youth for more details, so that we can support our partnership in focusing on what matters, to youth, and to the larger community.
Our 2018-2019 Survey County Report is available in an interactive digital format. Scroll down to view and interact with the 2018-2019 Report! Reports from 2015, 2016, and 2017 are also available and linked below.
2019 Administration and Reporting
This survey will ask 3rd-12th grade students in Adams County School District 14, Mapleton Public Schools, School District 27J, Westminster Public Schools and some Adams 12 Five Star Schools their opinions about a number of things (including school safety, social and emotional well-being, substance use, and social and support networks). Students are not required to answer any question and all responses are completely anonymous.
Below is are links to preview the survey instruments being administered in the 2019-2020 school year.
2019 Survey Instruments:
Student Survey County Level Reports:
Youth Initiative Student Survey County Level Report 2018
Youth Initiative Student Survey County Level Report 2017
Youth Initiative Student Survey County Level Report 2016
Youth Initiative Student Survey County Level Report 2015