By Rachel Raskin-Zrihen
The atmosphere in Vallejo schools is improving, though it remains well below the state average, according to a recently released School Climate Report Card.
The data, which was derived from surveys completed by Vallejo City Unified School District middle and high school students, appears to show significant gains in some of the positive elements measured, and reductions in some of the negative ones, Superintendent Adam Clark said.
“The Vallejo City Unified School District Climate Report Card indicates that there has been a significant reduction of secondary students feeling unsafe,” he said. “There is also a significant increase in students feeling connected to adults on campus. Students also reported that there are low incidents of substance usage and violence on campuses.”