Elementary Transition to Hybrid In-Person Instruction
Please submit your responses to this survey ASAP. The district's in-person instructional model will require classrooms of less than 15 students, PPE/mask-wearing, social distancing, extensive handwashing, increased ventilation and cleaning between classes. Students will either be all remote or will work part of the day with a teacher and the rest of the day remotely. Your bargaining team would like to know your thoughts on this transition, currently scheduled for February 1. This survey will close on Sunday, January 10@4:00PM.
What best describes your position?
ESA (e.g., counselor, nurse, psychologist, OT/PT/SLP, social worker etc.)
Learning Resource Center teacher
Specialist (Music, PE, Library)
TOSA (e.g. Dean/Coach/Specialist)
Valley View ECE
Other Early Childhood Education Center
White Center Heights
CLASSROOM TEACHERS, in selecting a model for elementary hybrid instruction, which is your higher priority:
Retaining all the students in my class (whether parents select remote or in-person) even if that means a greater workload.
A more manageable workload (teaching assignments are either remote or in-person) even if that means reconfiguring students/classes.
I'm not a classroom teacher.
SPECIALISTS (Music, Library, PE) in selecting a hybrid model of instruction, which is your higher priority?
Retaining all the students I have remotely, even if that means a contractual maximum of sections.
Remaining remote and combining grade levels into fewer, larger classes.
I'm not a specialist.
LRC, ESA, TOSA and substitute educators, please share your priorities and/or concerns.
When Highline provides the option for elementary students to receive in-person instruction (with all CDC and L&I requirements in place) which of the following best describes your intentions:
I am ready and willing to teach/work in person.
I would prefer a remote assignment but am willing to teach/work in-person if no remote assignment is available.
I will request a remote assignment and will apply for some combination of leave if a remote option is not available to me.
I am not sure at this time.
How many hours will you need to prepare if the district moves to hybrid in-person instruction (this includes preparing for in-person instruction in your classroom and/or preparing for a new class configuration of remote learners)?
up to 6 hours
up to 9 hours
up to 12 hours
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