ECP Distance Learning Parent Survey
ECP would like to begin by saying thank you to both parents and students for the support given during the unexpected, unprecedented pandemic and the many challenges it brought for many school across the nation.
Like many other schools, we are hopeful and optimistic that students, teachers and staff will be able to return safely to classrooms in the fall. However, it is extremely important for our district to evaluate the situation and make plans for ECP's Return to Learn. Please take time to complete this survey so we can gain feedback from our parents/guardians perceptions and experiences with distance learning as we move forward to develop a plan for our district.
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Which school site does your child attend?
ECP Elementary School
ECP Middle School
ECP High School
What method of delivery did your family choose for distance learning?
Which of the following best describes the electronic device your student(s) used to access lessons for distance learning?
A device owned by our family
A device owned by the district
No electronic device used for distance learning
Which of the following best describes the source of your internet access?
Internet access through cellular provider
Home internet access
Public or borrowed wifi
Did not use internet access for distance learning
How often did you receive information or contact from school staff (either through social media, email, text, or phone call)?
They communicated less frequently than I expected.
They communicated about as frequently as I expected.
They communicated more frequently than I expected.
Which methods of communication did you find most helpful to your family? (Select all that apply)
Social media message blasts
Videos from staff
Personal phone calls
How could the district improve communication in the event that distance learning is necessary again in the future?
How easy was it to access school assignments?
Easier than expected
More difficult than expected
How much time did your child spend completing assignments each week?
My child spent less time than I expected on assignments.
My child spent about as much time as I expected on assignments.
My child spent more time than I expected on assignments.
How academically challenged did your child/ren feel by distance learning assignments?
They felt less challenged than by traditional school.
They felt challenged at about the same level.
They felt more challenged than by traditional school.
Do you think the assignments and support provided to your children during distance learning were beneficial in preparing them for the next school year?
No, I do not think it was beneficial at all.
I think it was somewhat beneficial.
Yes, I think it was beneficial.
If given the opportunity, would your family voluntarily choose online or distance learning through ECP Schools in the future?
Did the school staff provide your family with adequate support to ensure the emotional needs of your child were met while distance learning?
No, we did not feel supported.
We felt somewhat supported.
Yes, we did feel adequately supported.
Did you utilize the meal service provided by the district during distance learning?
We regularly picked up grab-and-go meals each week.
We occasionally picked up grab-and-go meals.
We did not pick up grab-and- go meals.
Overall, how satisfied were you with your child's distance learning experience?
I was not satisfied.
I was somewhat satisfied.
I was very satisfied.
If necessary to move to distance learning again in the future, what could the district do differently to better serve your child academically?
Looking at calendar and learning options for the 20-21 school year, what option do you feel would be best for reopening school, considering the shutdown and ongoing pandemic?
Traditional 5-day school week
Blended Learning option of 4-regular school days (on-site) with no time adjustments needed and 1-virtual day (from home) to prepare for a possible future shutdown during the pandemic
Continue Distance Learning (from home) accessing ALL assignments through Google Classroom
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