iZone Parent Survey 20-21: Release Time
The North Edgecombe, Phillips, and Coker-Wimberly teams are 100% committed to your students' success. We want to ensure all students are prepared academically and have the skills they need for success in college and in whatever careers they choose to pursue. We have learned that teachers can plan more innovative and personalized learning experiences for your children when they have more dedicated time to collaborate. We are exploring the idea of building time into the school day for teacher collaboration, and would like your feedback. In addition, we hope to continue reserving time for students and staff to take care of themselves, so they can be at their best every day. Thank you for sharing your thoughts!
I have children at the following schools (check all that apply): *
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I like the monthly "release days" for students and teachers (when there is no school) and think we should continue with these. *
Would you be open to having a THREE-HOUR LATE ARRIVAL for students, two times a month, so teachers can collaborate? (For example, the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, school would begin three hours later than usual.) *
If you marked "NO" or "MAYBE" above, please explain why.
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Would you be open to having a THREE HOUR EARLY RELEASE for students, two times a month, so teachers can collaborate? (For example, the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, school would end three hours earlier than usual.) *
If you marked "NO" or "MAYBE" above, please explain why.
Your answer
If you had to choose, would you prefer a LATE ARRIVAL two times a month, or an EARLY RELEASE two times a month? *
Would you require child care on late arrival mornings and/or early release afternoons? We are exploring options to provide enrichment activities for students in grades K-6 when teachers are collaborating and planning. *
Please share any additional feedback or questions here. Thank you!
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