2020-21 School Year Reopening Surveys

June 16, 2020 survey

The District asked parents and community members to share their preference for fall reopening plans and potential scenarios. The complete survey results are now available online.

July 17, 2020 Survey

Preferred reopening education model

This brief survey asked parents to choose their preferred, "non-traditional" education model for the upcoming school year based on current knowledge of District reopening plans and the novel Coronavirus. The survey was intended to gather parent sentiment for planning purposes only. In order to determine the allocation of appropriate staffing/resources for in-person, hybrid and fully remote online learning options, the District asked parents to choose one of the options for grading terms of two Trimesters for their child:

  • All grades: fully remote online learning facilitated by District Staff.
  • Grades pre-K – 2: an in-person model four days per week. In person learning would require physical distancing and the wearing of face coverings among other mandates.
  • Grades 3 – 12: a hybrid learning model where students will be physically present at school at least two days per week and then accessing learning remotely for three days per week. In person learning would require physical distancing and the wearing of face coverings among other mandates.

Question: Given what you know today, which option would choose you enroll student(s) for the first two grading terms?

Student enrollment plans (grades pre-K to 2) Donut chart showing enrollment plans for students in pre-K through second grade: 56.7% prefer in-person instruction, while 43.3% prefer fully online remote learning. In Person 56.7% of parents prefer in-person instruction. Fully Online Remote Learning 43.3% of parents prefer fully online remote learning. grades pre-K – 2

Donut chart showing enrollment plans for students in pre-K through second grade: 56.7% prefer in-person instruction, while 43.3% prefer fully online remote learning.

Student enrollment plans (grades 3 to 12) Donut chart showing enrollment plans for students in grades 3 through 12: 61.5% prefer Hybrid instruction, while 38.5% prefer fully online remote learning. Hybrid 61.5% of parents prefer a Hybrid learning model. Fully Online Remote Learning 38.5% of parents prefer a Fully Online Remote Learning model. Grades 3-12

Donut chart showing enrollment plans for students in grades 3 through 12: 61.5% prefer Hybrid instruction, while 38.5% prefer fully online remote learning.

Measuring parent comfort with in-person learning

Question: Regardless of your preferred learning model, how would you rate your current comfort level with in-person education for your student(s)?

Student comfort with in-person education (grades 3-12) Donut chart showing parent sentiment towards in-person education for their students in grades 3-12: 13.6% are very comfortable, 17.6% are comfortable, 29.7% have some reservation, 19.4% are uncomfortable, and 19.6% have major concerns. Very Comfortable 13.6% of parents are very comfortable. Comfortable 17.6% of parents are comfortable. Some Reservations 29.7% of parents have some reservation Uncomfortable 19.4% of parents are uncomfortable. Major Concerns 19.6% of parents have major concerns. Grades pre-K – 2

Donut chart showing parent sentiment towards in-person education for their students in grades 3-12: 13.6% are very comfortable, 17.6% are comfortable, 29.7% have some reservation, 19.4% are uncomfortable, and 19.6% have major concerns.

Student comfort with in-person education (grades 3-12) Donut chart showing parent sentiment towards in-person education for their students in grades 3-12: 13.6% are very comfortable, 17.6% are comfortable, 29.7% have some reservation, 19.4% are uncomfortable, and 19.6% have major concerns. Very Comfortable 13.6% of parents are very comfortable. Comfortable 17.6% of parents are comfortable. Some Reservations 29.7% of parents have some reservation Uncomfortable 19.4% of parents are uncomfortable. Major Concerns 19.6% of parents have major concerns. Grades 3-12

Donut chart showing parent sentiment towards in-person education for their students in grades 3-12: 13.6% are very comfortable, 17.6% are comfortable, 29.7% have some reservation, 19.4% are uncomfortable, and 19.6% have major concerns.