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Scottsbluff Public Schools release results of 2014 student opinion survey

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Scottsbluff Public Schools released the 2014 student opinion survey, and many were pleased with the outcome.

The anonymous survey showed that improvements have been made with students feeling safe in class and students feeling that their schoolwork will help them in the future. Numbers have also increased with students feeling that their teachers are  being better listeners and students wanting to graduate from college.

The survey also showed that more students are saying no to alcohol.

Two questions about bullying were added to the survey, however the district had no numbers to compare it to, as they were new to this year's questionnaire.

The assessment was color-coded with green meaning the score was greater than the prior score, black meaning the score was neutral, and red meaning it was less than the prior score.

Superintendent Richard Myles says that he is pleased with the majority of the question outcomes.

"By and large it's nice to see a lot more greens than blacks and reds, which means that results are going up every year and that's a nice trend to some cases quite a bit," says Myles.
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