De Queen Public Schools COVID-19 Re-entry Planning Survey
We continue to plan for the next school year, knowing our plans must be flexible and may change.
We need you to take a few minutes to fill out this survey. The purpose of the survey is to simply collect
data to assist the district in planning for the 2020-2021 school year. No one is making a commitment to
a final decision by completing this survey. Thank you for participating.

Please complete the survey by July 17th 2020
Email address *
1. Email address or preferred way of contact *
2. Please type the name of the person completing this form. *
3. Please select the grade(s) that your student(s) will enter for the 2020-2021 school year. *
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5. It is our intention that all DQSD students will return to school in August and will be educated in a traditional classroom setting. If De Queen SD provides a virtual school option, in addition to a traditional classroom option, would you allow your child to do 100% of their learning activities at home due to the COVID-19 Pandemic? (If your answer is yes, this means you would keep your student(s) at home even if the school was open.) *
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6. Do you have cell phone service (signal) at your home? *
8. Do you have Internet service at your home, if so, can you watch up to 2 hours of video without an interruption issue? *
10. If you answered "no" or "not sure" to the previous question, please explain. Be specific (i.e. "can't afford it","no service where I live", etc...). *
11. Home Internet Access (type and speed) *
12. What technology devices does your child have access to utilize at home? *
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14. If you do not have Internet access at home, are there alternate methods for accessing the internet *
15. If you had to make a decision today about the 2020-2021 school year, which option would you choose *
16. Which statement best describes your level of comfort with students returning to school campuses *
Additional comments or concerns *
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