MySaebrs/Saebrs

MySaebrs/Saebrs

MySaebrs/Saebrs is a screening tool that helps school staff pinpoint if a student is at risk socially, academically, and emotionally. This tool will be administered to students whose parents have consented for its administration,  between February 6, 2023 and May 12, 2023. To learn more about MySaebrs/Saebrs, visit https://www.illuminateed.com/solutions/social-emotional-and-behavior-seb/.  Over 70% of schools in Kansas use Saebrs/MySaebrs to identify needs that may present barriers to learning. Results from this survey are one piece of data to help educators identify and provide instruction and interventions within their classrooms.  No personally identifiable data of students will be collected through the administration of the survey.

A parent may provide consent for their child to participate in this year’s survey by filling in the form below.

Saebrs Consent
MySaebrs/Saebrs Parent/Guardian Agreement
I consent to the use of electronic signatures
Parent/Guardian Signature
Parent/Guardian Signature
First
Last

The surveys take about 5 minutes and are done on the student’s individual device. Before the survey is administered, the student will be informed that the student has the right to refuse to take the survey and that the student will not suffer any adverse consequences based on such refusal.  The questions your students are asked are:

  1. I argue with others.
  2. I get along with my peers.
  3. I lose my temper.
  4. I disrupt class.
  5. I am respectful.
  6. Other people like me.
  7. I have trouble waiting my turn.
  8. I like school.
  9. I am ready for class.
  10. I get good grades.
  11. I have trouble working alone.
  12. It’s hard to pay attention in class.
  13. I participate in class.
  14. I feel sad.
  15. I feel nervous.
  16. I like to try new things.
  17. I am happy.
  18. I am worried.
  19. When something bad happens, it takes me awhile to feel better.
  20. I like being alone.

All answer choices are Never, Sometimes, Often, and Almost Always

For questions, please reach out to your student’s school.