Reopening Schools Family Survey
The district is committed to reopening schools the safest way possible for students and staff. Under the initial guidelines from the state, this includes the requirement of wearing a face covering for all students in grades 2-12 and recommended for younger students. The plan for reopening must comply with the state and local health guidelines. A task force has been established, made up of teachers, parents, elected officials, and city and school administrators. The task force is not a decision making body. Their task is to look at resources, discuss potential obstacles and action steps that will be necessary to open schools.
Please take a moment to complete the survey by July 15th . It will help the district better understand the needs of our students and families for the fall of 2020.
Questions, concerns, or resources can be emailed to
What school will your child(ren) attend in the fall? (check all that apply)
Early Childhood Center
What grades will your child(ren) be in this fall? (check all that apply)
In the fall of 2020, will you send your child(ren) to school if the district is able to reopen under federal, state, and local guidelines? Currently, this includes the wearing of a face covering for all students grade 2 and up and is recommended for younger students.
If the district is able to offer a remote learning plan in the fall of 2020, would you opt to have your child(ren) participate remotely rather than be back into buildings?
Will you be willing to transport your child(ren) to and from school either by car or walking?
I am unable to transport my child. They will need public transportation, if eligible.
My child can drive or walk on his/her own.
Do you have internet access at home?
If schools can only provide "grab and go" breakfasts and lunches, would your child(ren) purchase/eat these meals?
How would you describe the ease of learning and coping for your child(ren) during distance learning?
better than expected
about what was expected
not as good as expected
In which areas would school support be most valuable to your family?
academic support activities (extra help in reading or math)
helping your child mangage/organize school work
managing emotions or behaviors
how to use technology as it relates to your child's schoolwork
What support/s do you think will be needed for your child(ren) when they return in September? (check all that apply)
transitioning back into school
adjusting to new school routines
engaging back into academic work
social emotional wellness due to dealing with loss (i.e. loss of school, loss of a loved one)
Coping skills for anxiety ( i.e. over all worrisome feelings, or worrisome feelings related to returning to school)
Transitioning to another school building and/or grade
Are you comfortable and able to access information from the district regarding your child(ren)'s education in a relevant and timely manner?
What is your preferred way to receive communication from the schools?
Thank you so much for taking the time to answer these questions.
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