On July 30, 2020, a distance learning attendance approach was recommended to the School Board and consequently approved due to - pandemic metrics at the start of school, results from the Family Return to Learn Survey and results from the Employee Return to Work Survey. 

With this recommendation, the school division committed to reassessing the attendance model during the first nine weeks to determine the attendance approach for the next marking period.  Items for consideration when reassessing are guidance from the governor, phase conditions (local/regional/state pandemic metrics), student performance, and input from stakeholder groups.

We value your input and would like to hear from you. 

This is a three-part survey.  The survey focus areas are below.

 Part 1: Demographic information
 Part 2: Transportation 
 Part 3: Return to Learn (Attendance Format)
 
Please answer the survey questions below.  Please complete a separate survey for each of your children enrolled in Charles City County Public Schools.  You may use the link to begin a new survey for another child once you have completed this one.  This survey should take approximately 5 to 10 minutes to complete.

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* 1. Part I: Demographic Information
Student name:

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* 3. Part 2: Transportation
Please select the transportation plan for your student for the 2020-2021 school year (if/when in-person attendance opportunities are offered).

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* 4. Return to Learn Options
As we consider transitioning from a distance learning attendance approach to bringing cohorts of students back into the schools for in-person learning (when it’s safe to do so), options regarding attendance are being reviewed.  We understand that an array of factors will impact and ultimately inform and guide the approach that is implemented.  With any approach (which may change due to conditions and for the safety of all), we will implement precautions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
 
Regarding the option that offers in-person attendance, the school division will bring back students in grades PreK-2 first. Then other cohorts of students (i.e., grades 3 & 4, 5 & 6, 7 & 8, 9-12) will return to in-person attendance in a staggered fashion (dates to be determined) based on criteria such as hybrid attendance model progress, pandemic metrics, and student progress.

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* 5. Please feel free to provide any additional comments:

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