2020-2021 Reopening of Vidor ISD Schools Survey for Parents/Guardians
Vidor ISD leaders are working diligently to prepare for the very best start to the 2020-2021 school year we can possibly offer our students and their families. It is our hope that we will have face-to-face instruction as we have had in the past, with social distancing. Your feedback is important to us, so we ask that you take a moment to respond to a short survey. As more details become available throughout the CDC, the Texas Department of State Health Services, and state leaders, we will take your feedback in tandem with suggested safeguards to provide for an optimal experience for students, teachers, and parents/guardians.
Please type your name below
Type your phone number below and indicate the best time(s) to contact you:
How many of your children will attend the 2020-2021 school year?
8 or more
Type the student(s) first and last name, followed by grade level below.
If any of your children are in a special program, please select it below.
If you are the guardian of a student with a medical background history, including physician confirmed diagnosis, how likely are you to send your child back to school in the fall?
Assuming all guidelines for reopening of schools have been met, how would you prefer your student to attend school in 2020-2021?
A - Physically at school adhering to the guidelines set forth by the CDC (including social distancing, cleaning, etc.)
B - Distance learning with teachers delivering standardized course content virtually
Distance learning with parents picking up and returning instructional paper packets
A combination of options A and B with teachers attending school physically as well as online
VISD's intent is to have school face-to-face with social distancing. In the event the state mandated modifications are needed to reopen schools to ensure social distancing, which options would you prefer?
Attending school all days of the week with social distancing
Attending school all days of the week, but instituting two shifts during the day to maintain smaller classes
Attending school on alternate days, for example, attending school on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and participating online the other days
Attending school virtually only
Accessing instructional paper and pencil packets
What is your intent regarding transportation for your student(s) to and from school?
If you plan to have your student(s) ride a bus, a mask may be required by the CDC and DSHS. Will you allow your student to wear a mask that you provide or we provide?
For the 2020-21 school year, would you be willing to take responsibility for a district-issued Chromebook for your student to use for a nominal fee of $25? This fee would cover accidental damage such as flood, power surge, fire, etc.
What technology is needed for your household should the district be required to teach virtually?
Chromebook and Hotspot
VISD is considering the following disease prevention measures, according to the CDC and DSHS guidelines. Please check all options below that you are in agreement with:
Wearing a face mask
Eating meals int he classroom instead of the cafeteria
One-way movement in the school hallways
Modified or no outdoor recess
Modified or no gym time
Modified access to restrooms
If you choose to, please include any additional comments, challenges about online learning, and/or suggestions for virtual learning.
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