Culturally Responsive PBIS Staff Survey 1. I feel safe working with a culturally diverse student population. 2. I feel that the school is making a concerted effort to keep the learning environment drug free. 3. The staff and administration are aware of racial, cultural, and linguistic differences that impact student performances, and have the ability to effectively deal with these differences. 4. Staff and administrators respect the variety of cultural differences that exist in the school such as race, religion, sexual orientation, socialeconomic status, and gender. 5. Students respect the variety of cultural differences that exist in the school such as race, religion, sexual orientation, social-economic status, and gender. 6. The cleanliness of the school positively reinforces student behavior. 7. Our school is welcoming to people of different cultures. 8. Parents have avenues for making significant contributions to our school. 9. Teachers are responsive to the needs of parents by informing them when a drastic change in student behavior or academic performance has occurred. 10.Teachers administrators, and support staff understand that perceptions of behavioral appropriateness are colored by cultural expectations, and that what is perceived as inappropriate varies across cultures. 11.The staff and administration respect and understand the premise of PBIS.