Groton Area School District 06-6 - Returning to School 2020 Survey
An abrupt ending to the 2019-2020 school year required the implementation of a flexible learning plan for schools across South Dakota, including Groton Area. We are working on plans to prepare for the start of the 2020-2021 school year that will enable us to be as responsive as necessary as we learn new information about the Coronavirus and as local conditions require.

A task force has been assembled to examine the conditions under which we hope to return to face-to-face instruction in August and to develop the framework for making that transition safe and responsible. Your responses to the questions below will help to inform that task force and their planning.

Acknowledging that families' responses to the questions below may well be different for each child, the survey has been designed for you to complete a separate survey for each child. No personal data is being collected and all responses will be anonymous. Thank you in advance for participating in this process.
What grade will your child be enrolled in for the fall 2020 semester? *
Does your child have any of the following serious underlying medical conditions that might place them at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19?
Does any member of your household have any of the following serious underlying medical conditions that might place them at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19?
On a scale of 1-10, how comfortable are you in sending your child to school for face-to-face instruction for the 2020-2021 school year?
Not comfortable.
Very comfortable.
Clear selection
If it is determined that wearing a face covering is a necessary component in order to allow Groton Area to return to face-to-face learning, will you support the safety measure?
Clear selection
If a school is closed during the 2020-2021 school year how would you prefer for instruction to take place?
Clear selection
How confident are you that you can effectively monitor your child's symptoms, including their temperature, at home?
Not confident.
Very confident.
Clear selection
What barriers exist for you to effectively monitor your child's symptoms, including their temperature, at home?
Please indicate how likely your family would be to choose the following options, if available, for the 2020-2021 school year..
Highly Likely
Somewhat Likely
Not Likely
Face to face instruction with safety measures enforced. Safety measures may or may not include scheduled hand hygiene, altered seating arrangements, altered transportation arrangements, face coverings when physical distancing is not possible,
Family-District Remote Learning Partnership: Student(s) learns from home. The district provides remote instruction and learning materials to student(s). Parents assist student(s) and are responsible for student(s) completion and return of all assignments to district daily.
Homeschool: Parents will file an application with the SD Dept of Education and be entirely responsible for the education of their student(s).
Clear selection
Does your family utilize district-provided bus transportation?
Clear selection
If required to transport your children to school each day, would you prefer a change to the school day start time?
Clear selection
On a scale of 1 to 10, how difficult will it be for you to find appropriate supervision for your child in the event of a COVID-related school closure during the 2020-2021 school year?
Not at all difficult.
Extremely difficult.
Clear selection
What type of device(s) is available for your child to use for instructional purposes?
Will multiple children be using the same device for instructional purposes?
Clear selection
What type of connectivity is available for your child for instructional purposes?
What was your child's biggest barrier to remote learning during the spring of 2020?
What would you like us to consider as we contemplate appropriate safety measures for the 2020-2021 school year?
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