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Parent/Guardian Survey: Learning Choices for Semester Two

Dear Parents/Guardians,

 

As part of our reopening plan developed last summer, we asked you to commit to a full semester of either the hybrid or full remote programs for your child or children.  As promised at that time, we are now examining and re-evaluating our programming for the second semester.

 

At this time, if you selected the full remote learning program for the first semester, we are asking if you would like to continue with that for the third marking period, or would prefer to switch to the hybrid learning program. If you wish to switch from full remote to the hybrid learning program for the third marking period, please complete this form for each of your children using this link no later than January 4, 2021:  https://forms.gle/1vf4TtNofrH3qsQKA

 

For those that wish to continue in the full remote learning for the third marking period (January 25 through April 9, 2021), no action is required at this time and we will survey you again in March to see if you wish to join the hybrid program in the fourth marking period.

 

For those that wish to continue with the hybrid learning program, no action is required at this time.

 

For those who selected the hybrid learning program this fall, or have submitted the form to change to hybrid learning for the third marking period, we are exploring the possibility of returning our students to school every day.  Please understand that we still need to determine the feasibility of this option once we know the total number of students who have requested hybrid and daily instruction. We will need to evaluate the total number of students requesting hybrid or daily instruction, and the physical capacity of each school’s classrooms to ensure compliance with social distancing requirements.  

 

If there is room in your child's building to return to school every day and you wish your child/children to be considered for that option, please complete the form at this link no later than January 4, 2021:  https://forms.gle/p5YyW1TXSNi6Q8k67

 

Respectfully,

 

James J. Grossane, Ed. D. 

Superintendent of Schools