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Sumner County Dress Code Survey Results. Surveys analyzed by Andrew Nelson, Salem Nippa, and Lauren Steele. Procedure. Beech DECA was given the task of analyzing dress code surveys. The surveys arrived within a two week time period.

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Sumner County Dress Code Survey Results

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## Sumner County Dress Code Survey Results

Surveys analyzed by Andrew Nelson, Salem Nippa, and Lauren Steele

### Procedure

• Beech DECA was given the task of analyzing dress code surveys.

• The surveys arrived within a two week time period.

• After collaborating with assistant professor Mark Stein at John Hopkins university we decided to use a Google spreadsheet to enter the surveys.

• Over a period of two and a half weeks 121 DECA members entered the surveys into a Google Spreadsheet.

• We exported the data into Microsoft Excel and created formulas to analyze the statistics.

• Due to incomplete data on surveys the margin of error is plus or minus .06%.

### Sumner County Average Response

Conclusion:

Out of 16,500 surveys with complete data the overall county average is 2.24.

### County Statistics

Conclusion:

Parents totaling 91% of the respondents gave the dress code a rating of 2.23

Other representing 5% gave the dress code a rating of 1.73 Teachers representing 5% gave the dress code a rating of 2.51

Administrators representing .2% gave the dress code a rating of 2.59

### County Statistics

Conclusion:

Families who do not qualify for free or reduced lunch represent the 66% of respondents and have an average rating of 2.27.

Families who qualify for free or reduced lunch represent 34% of the respondents, with an average rating of 2.06.

### County Statistics

Conclusion:

Females make up 77% of the respondents with an average rating of 2.19.

Males make up the remaining 23% of respondents with an average rating of 2.14.

### County Statistics

Conclusion:

47% of the respondents gave the dress code a rating of 1 12% gave the dress code a rating of 2 20% gave the dress code a rating of 311% gave the dress code a rating a rating of 410% gave the dress code a rating of 5

### Elementary, Middle, and High School

Conclusion:

Surveys from elementary schools make up 44% of respondents with an average rating of 2.14.

Surveys from middle schools make up 26% of respondents with an average rating of 2.16.

Surveys from high schools make up 30% of respondents with an average rating of 2.24.

### Sumner County Elementary Schools

Conclusion:

The average response for all elementary schools in Sumner County is 2.14, on a scale of 1-5.

### Sumner County Middle Schools

Conclusion:

The average response for all middle schools in Sumner County is 2.16, on a scale of 1-5.

### Sumner County High Schools

Conclusion:

The average response for all high schools in Sumner county is 2.24, on a scale of 1-5.

### District Comparison

Conclusion:

8% of the respondents were from the Beech District, with an average rating of 2.11.

20% of the respondents were from the Gallatin District, with an average rating of 2.10.

22% of the respondents were from the Hendersonville District, with an average rating of 2.36.

15% of the respondents were from the Portland District, with an average rating of 2.12.

20% of the respondents were from the Station Camp District, with an average rating of 2.22.

6% of the respondents were from the Westmoreland District, with an average rating of 1.88.

9% of the respondents were from the White House District, with an average rating of 2.03.

### Beech High School DistrictT.W. Hunter Middle, Knox Doss at Drakes Creek Middle, Beech Elementary, Madison Creek Elementary

Conclusion:

The average response for all of Beech High School District is 2.11, on a scale of 1-5.

Gallatin High School DistrictBethpage Elementary, Vena Stuart Elementary, Guild Elementary, Howard Elementary, Benny Bills Elementary, Rucker-Stewart Middle, Shafer Middle

Conclusion:

The average response for all of Gallatin High School District is 2.10,

on a scale of 1-5.

Hendersonville High School DistrictGene Brown Elementary, Indian Lake Elementary, Nannie Berry Elementary, Walton Ferry Elementary, Lakeside Park Elementary, Hawkins Middle, Ellis Middle

Conclusion:

The average response for all of Hendersonville High School District is 2.36, on a scale of 1-5.

Portland High School DistrictOakmont Elementary, North Sumner Elementary, Portland Gateview Elementary, J.W. Wiseman Elementary, Clyde Riggs Elementary, Watt Hardison Elementary, Portland Middle East, Portland Middle West

Conclusion:

The average response for all of Portland High School District is 2.12, on a scale of 1-5.

Station Camp High School DistrictJack Anderson Elementary, George Whitten Elementary, Station Camp Elementary, Guild Elementary, Howard Elementary School, Rucker-Stewart Middle, Station Camp Middle, Knox Doss Middle at Drakes Creek

Conclusion:

The average response for all of Station Camp High School District is 2.22, on a scale of 1-5.

### Westmoreland High School DistrictNorth Sumner Elementary, Bethpage Elementary, Westmoreland Elementary, Westmoreland Middle

Conclusion:

The average response for all of Westmoreland High School District is 1.88, on a scale of 1-5.

### White House High School DistrictH.B. Williams Elementary, Millersville Elementary, Oakmont Elementary, White House Middle

Conclusion:

The average response for all of White House High School District is 2.03, on a scale of 1-5.