South Fork Union School District
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How many children in your family will attend South Fork School District in 2020-2021?
4 or more
Assuming all guidelines for reopening of school have been met, and if given a choice, how would you prefer for your child to attend school in 2020-2021?
Attending school following the guidelines set forth by the CDC including social distancing, cleaning, etc.
Distance learning with South Fork teachers delivering standards based course content via devices, and/or packets.
A combination of Options A and B with students attending school physically as well as online to reduce contact with others.
Attending school following CDC guidelines with no student mask required.
In the event modifications to the schedule are needed to ensure social distancing, which option would you prefer?
Attending school two different days (M/T and TH/F) with two shifts to maintain smaller class sizes and practicing distance learning the other three days.
Attending school physically on alternating weeks (5 days per week in school and distance learning the alternate week.)
Attending school virtually only.
Do you anticipate using South Fork transportation during the 2020-2021 school year?
Does your child have access to one or more computers at home to complete assignments?
Yes, my child has access to a personal computer/mobile device at home that is sufficient for participating in and completing distance learning work.
My child has access to a personal computer/mobile device at home, but we do not have internet.
No my child does not have access to a computer/mobile device that is sufficient for participating in and completeing distance learning work.
Which of the following statements do you believe the most about the public health risk of COVID-19?
Risk for children and teachers to get the virus (even when not showing symptoms) is low
Risks for children to get the virus is moderate; reopening schools still is seen as a risk because the virus can be spread without having symptoms.
Reopening the schools can put children at high risk of getting the virus.
Which of the following statements do you believe most about the importance of reopening schools?
Opening the school as soon as possible is necessary because parents need to return to work; many workers rely on school and childcare.
Schools should follow a slow and phased reopening.
Most parents can continue to work from home or most households can arrange for caregivers.
Which of the following statements do you believe the most about how reopening schools can impact student learning and development?
Students can have learning loss because of online learning especially for at-risk students.
Online learning works for some subjects and grade levels; in-person required for others.
Online learning allows students to continue learning at their grade level.
Which of the following statements do you believe the most about the ability to make schools safe?
Health & Safety measures (such as cleaning, and social distancing) can lower the risk of getting the virus in schools.
Health & Safety measures (such as cleaning and social distancing) are not enough to prevent the spread of the virus in schools.
It is difficult to make school safe becuase children can be careless (not covering mouths or social distancing) and therefore, I wont be sending my child to school.
What challenges, opportunities, concerns, or other issues would you like us to consider?
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