Niles Adventist School Survey - June 2020
It is our intention to have in-person school in the Fall. The teachers and board are already proactively exploring a variety of options of how that could look. We will take guidance from the Michigan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and the State of Michigan as we make plans for the 2020-2021 school year and will keep you informed as plans are solidified.
As we work to put the details in place, we know that no matter what this next school year looks like, we will need your support to help make it a success! Because we are interested in what our NAS families are thinking, we have created a survey to assess your needs and goals for this next school year. This survey should take you approximately five minutes to complete, and we urge you to take the time to give us your feedback. We will be using your input as we put together our plans. Your opinions, and your child’s safety, are very important to us!
Name (requested for planning purposes)
If schools are able to reopen in the Fall, how comfortable are you today with sending your child back to NAS?
I plan to send my child/ren to NAS in August, whether school is in person or online.
I plan to send my child/ren to NAS in August only if school is mostly in person.
I plan to send my child/ren to NAS in August only if school is fully in person.
I am unsure about sending my child/ren to NAS in August.
I do not plan for my child/ren to attend NAS in August.
If possible, I would be interested in remote instruction from NAS for my child/ren, who I would prefer to keep at home until the virus is no longer a threat or there is a vaccine.
What is your level of comfort in sending your child/ren to NAS in the Fall, assuming that all reasonable safety protocols are followed:
I am uncomfortable sending my child/ren to NAS without a vaccine for COVID-19.
I am comfortable sending my child/ren to NAS this Fall.
What safety measures would need to be in place for you to be comfortable sending your child to school (choose all that apply)? (Note that there will likely be requirements by the state and conference, but we do not know yet what those will be.)
Maintaining social distancing protocols as much as possible.
Requiring staff and students to wear masks in school buildings.
No sharing of supplies/equipment without cleaning in between use.
Mandatory symptom checks every morning for every student and employee before entering the building.
Making hand sanitizer readily available and extra hand washing requirements.
No large gatherings (chapel, lunch with other classes, etc.).
Extra cleaning protocols in place.
All of the above
I would send my child/ren without adaptations and want to get back to as it was before.
I am uncomfortable sending my child to school for the foreseeable future.
If school opens in the Fall but the virus is still present and social distance and group size limits are in place, what learning environment is best for your child?
In person classes if possible.
Blended/hybrid learning (a combination attending school part-time in small groups and learning online at home).
Students at home attend an actual classroom in session remotely and participate virtually.
Online learning with the assigned classroom teacher via Zoom, etc., similar to how we finished this school year.this
Please let us know what went well the last quarter of school with distance learning, and how could we improve if we are required to do distance learning again at some point.
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