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1. How many children in your family will attend SVCS in 2020-2021?
Enter a number here.
2. What grade level will your child enter in the 2020-2021 school year?
3. Assuming all guidelines for reopening of schools have been met, and if given the choice, how would you prefer your child to attend school in 2020-2021
Physicaly at school adhering to the guidelines set forth by the CDC
Distance learning with current SVCS teachers delivering standardized course content virtually
A combination of options A and B with students attending school physically as well as online to reduce contact with other students
4. In the event that modifications are needed to reopen schools to ensure social distancing, which option would you prefer?
Attending school all days of the week
Attending school on alternate days, for example Monday and Wednesday/ Tuesday and Thursday
Attending school physically on alternating weeks, while attending online the other weeks
Attending school virtually only
5. If the school reopens and your child is eligible for transportation, do you anticipate using SVCS transportation for the upcoming school year?
6. SVCS is considering the following disease prevention measures, please indicate your agreement with each option below (Agree/ Disagree):
Wearing face masks
Eating meals in the classroom instead of the cafeteria
One-way movement in the school hallways
Modified access to restrooms
7. Which of the following statements do you believe the most about the public health risk of COVID-19?
Risks for children and teachers to get the virus is low
Risks for children to get the virus is moderate, reopening of schools still is seen as a risk because the virus can be spread without having symptoms
Reopening of the schools can put children and others at high risk of getting the virus
8. Which of the following statements do you believe the most about how reopening schools can impact student learning and development?
Students can have learning loss because of online learning specially for at-risk students.
Online learning works for some subjects, however K-2 grade levels need in person lessons.
Online learning allows students to continue learning at their grade level
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