Hollow Rock - Bruceton SSD Survey for Returning to School in the Fall of 2020

Hollow Rock-Bruceton Special School District is providing the following survey as a resource to assist our team in developing a plan to return to school on August 4, 2020. During the COVID-19 pandemic, our school system has worked extremely hard to make sure the needs of our students are met.

On behalf of Hollow Rock-Bruceton Special School District students and staff, we would like to thank you for your support and kind words during this unprecedented time.

Please take 5-10 minutes to complete the following survey. Please fill out a survey for each household.
Email address *
Name of person completing this form *
If the school needs to contact you, would you prefer call or text, please enter current phone number *
1. Your relationship to the student/s
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2. Select school(s) your student(s) attends (Select all that Apply) *
3. Internet Access: My student/s has access to: (Select all that apply.) *
4. If conditions on August 4 are similar to today, how likely are you to send your child to school> *
4. Explain or Skip
5. In the event we are not able to start on August 4 with a normal schedule, which would you prefer? *
5. Explain or Skip
6. My child needs additional mental health support/counseling when school reopens
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7. Transportation to/from school: *
8. Please rank your priorities (1-5) for opening school, with 1 being the most significant priority and 5 being the least significant priority. *
Protecting student and staff health
Supporting students' social and emotional needs
Ensuring I have child care
Having options for learning (in person, online)
Maximizing in-person learning
9. What are your primary concerns about coming back to school? Please check all that apply
Reopening School: We will have 4 levels and will use current data/trends to move through those levels accordingly. Level 1: Virus spread is high and school readiness is low. Schools will be closed and all learning will be via distance learning. Level 2: Virus spread is minimal to moderate and school readiness is moderate. Schools will be open but students will attend in person on alternating days to utilize social distancing. Distance learning will occur on days students are not in the building. Level 3: Virus spread is low and school readiness is moderate. Schools will be open but will implement preventative practices. Families that do not feel comfortable attending may attend via distance learning. Level 4: Virus spread is low and school readiness is high. Schools will be open but will implement preventive practices. We plan to start start school at Level 3. Any other comment or concerns can be shared below.
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