Safety, Significance and Belonging for All

Southern Oregon
Regional School Climate Survey

Spring Survey 2022 – OPEN March 7 – April 4, 2022

Our ultimate goal is to increase safety, significance, and belonging for adults and kids in every school in Southern Oregon. This survey helps us know how people are feeling and how we might work together to improve. We want to hear from teachers, classified staff, administrators, bus drivers, cafeteria workers, custodians, office professionals, specialists, school nurses, counselors, librarians, couriers, IT, itinerant employees, subs, and anyone who plays a role supporting students in schools in Jackson, Josephine, and Klamath counties.

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Based on your current role, choose the survey that is the best fit. The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete.
Teacher Survey

This survey is for licensed educators who are classroom based and serve in one school.

School Staff Survey

This survey is for anyone (classified or licensed) that are not classroom teachers and work primarily at ONE School. Note: Principals should complete the Non-classroom and/or Non-school based employees survey.

Non-classroom and/or Non-School Based Employees Survey

This survey is for all administrators from D.O. to buildings, counselors, school psychs, specialists, consultants, nurses, bus drivers, food service workers, custodians, maintenance, couriers, IT, substitutes, itinerant or regional staff, etc.

W e’re here to create affirming school environments where every single adult and child feels safe, knows they matter, and that they belong.

SOREN inspires equity and amplifies teacher voice by connecting educators with the professional learning support needed to build capacity for safety, significance, and belonging for all. We bring together educators, community leaders, local and state officials to elevate needs and ensure equitable access to relevant professional supports for all public educators in our region.


To improve experiences and outcomes for every person in schools by connecting with courage and compassion to build empathy, shift limiting beliefs, inspire imagination, empower educators, improve school climate, radically transform systems, and ultimately – do no harm.

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Serving 3 Oregon Counties

We serve Jackson, Josephine and Klamath Counties in Oregon. SOREN is coordinated by an Advisory Team whose 37 members mirror regional student demographics and include 53% teachers, 22% administrators, 25% community partners.


“Good teaching cannot be reduced to technique; good teaching comes from the identity and integrity of the teacher.”

– Parker Palmer, The Courage to Teach