School Year 2020-2021 Feedback Survey
As we all continue to confront the ongoing challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic, one thing remains constant: the value of a rigorous and consistent education. This coming academic year will certainly look different, and we know that we must make some important decisions about what school will look like and how our students will experience learning. Therefore, we need your help! Your input is essential and needed to help inform a final plan that keeps the safety and shared interests of our whole school community in mind. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. Your feedback is greatly appreciated!
Email address *
How much do you agree with the following? *
1 = Very dissatisfied 5 = Very satisfied
1 Very Dissatisfied
2 Partly Dissatisfied
3 Satisfied
4 More than satisfied
5 Very Satisfied
The school work was easy for my child to find online.
The school work was interesting to my child.
The school work was too challenging for my child.
My child learned something new.
My child participated in group sessions with other students.
I spent a lot of time helping my child with school work.
It was too hard for me to help my child with their school work.
I knew who to ask when I had questions about what my child was supposed to do at school.
My child's teacher(s) clearly explained what my child was supposed to do.
It was hard for my child to manage their time and get everything done.
On a scale of 1 to 5, 1 being NOT AT ALL necessary and 5 being ABSOLUTELY necessary to feel comfortable in order to send my child back to school, how would you rate the following? *
1 = Not At All Necessary
2 = Slightly Necessary
3 = Moderately Necessary
4 = Very Necessary
5 = Absolutely Necessary
Everyone in the building is provided with a mask and must wear them.
Every classroom has a handwashing or sanitizing station.
Everyone has temperature checks each day when arriving at school.
Student stay in the same room with the same teacher the entire school day and do not mix with other students (including during lunch).
Students do not share any materials, including computers, books, pencils, markers, etc.
Not all students are in the building at the same time (modified schedules to make smaller classes).
Rules are in place about social distancing (for example, some hallways and stairs for certain directionsand/or grades).
Students desks are placed 6 ft apart,or plastic screens are used to physically seperate students when this is not possible.
Schools are fully cleaned (sanitized) at the end of each school day.
No visitors are allowed in the school.
How do you feel about the following? *
Very Uncomfortable
Uncomfortable
Comfortable
Very Comfortable
Unsure
If schools have fewer students in the building at one time and rules are in place to limit contact among students, how would you feel about students returning to school for in-person classes?
If hand washing or hand sanitizer stations are set up in every classroom, and schools are cleaned at the end of each day, how would you feel about students returning for in-person classes?
If all students and staff have temperature checks each day, wear masks and no visitors are allowed, how would you feel about students returning to school for in-person classes?
If all of the safety measures listed in the 3 questions above were in place, how would you feel about students returning to school for in-person classes?
The next question is about some of the possibilities for opening school buildings in the fall. Pick the grade band you are concerned about: *
Please rank these possibilities from 1 to 5, 1 being NOT AT ALL preferred and 5 being MOST preferred. Assume that cleaning and other preventative measures are in place in school buildings when making your selection. *
1 = Not At All Preferred
2 = Slightly Preferred
3 = Moderately Preferred
4 = Preferred
5 = Strongly Preferred
Students come to the school building each day, but in shifts (for example, half the students attend physically in the morning and virtually in the afternoon and the other half attend physically in the afternoon and virtually in the morning)
Students come to the school building on alternate days in shifts (for example, half the students attend physically on day A and virtually on day B and the other half attend physically on day B and virtually on day A)
Students come to the school building on alternate weeks in shifts (for example, half the students attend physically on week A and virtually on week B and the other half attend physically on week B and virtually on week A)
All students come to the school building at the same time as usual and there are measures in place to limit students interacting with each other in the school building (for example, students stay in the same classroom all day including lunch, are assigned to certain hallways and stairways etc.)
Do you think your child needs to repeat a grade so they can catch up on their school work? *
If online learning continues in the fall, how much time could your child spend doing online learning (online lessons, reading, worksheets, etc.) each day? *
Based on current circumstances, if your school building reopens in the fall, do you plan to send your child to school in the fall? *
If the safety measures considered in this survey are put in place for school opening in the fall, would you send your child to school? *
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