Healthy Youth Survey

    The Snoqualmie Valley School District participates in Washington State’s Healthy Youth Survey, which is administered every two years to students in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12.  The biennial Healthy Youth Survey is a joint effort between the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), Department of Health, Department of Social and Health Service's Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery, Family Policy Council, Department of Commerce, and the Liquor Control Board.  Questions for students, in this optional survey, focus on risky behaviors as well as safety and violence, physical activity and diet, and emotional well being.
    Every two years, the survey is administered during the month of October, and results of the survey are released from the state the following spring.  (The next survey will be offered in October of 2020.)  A team, comprised of school staff, parents, mental health professionals and community members, then works to analyze the data.  Once completed, the team's analysis is presented to Snoqualmie Valley principals, counselors and administrators to help inform school improvement planning.  They review data from the survey, and make comparisons with state average results and perceptions from previous years, providing the basis for in-depth discussions about the health of youth in our community.  The data offers insights on where our schools may want to focus more efforts and resources, to support students and encourage healthy lifestyle decisions.
    If you have questions about Snoqualmie Valley's Healthy Youth Survey, please contact Associate Director of Behavioral Health R.J. Monton at
    More information about the Healthy Youth Survey is available on the OSPI website at:
    2018 SVSD Healthy Youth Survey (HYS) Results: