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* 1. KUSD offers synchronous learning in the morning, which is face-to-face interaction between teacher and students, via Canvas, Google Classroom, and Zoom. To what extent is the synchronous schedule meeting the needs of the child?

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* 2. Asynchronous learning is offered in the afternoon, which may or may not involve face-to-face interaction between teacher and student which can include use of Zoom, telephone, email, or other method of communication for academic support.  To what extent is the asynchronous schedule meeting the needs of the child?

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* 3. During asynchronous learning, which methods are offered?

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* 4. How can the schools improve the distance learning experience?

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* 5. Do you have access to the internet?

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* 6. If yes, how does your student access the internet?

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* 7. If no, what measure can the district take in assisting the student to access the internet?

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* 8. Do you have a cell phone signal reaching your home for the hotspot?

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* 9. Is it necessary to drive somewhere to access data? If yes how far must you travel to get a signal?

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* 10. Do you have a vehicle available to drive to get access to a signal for the hotspot?

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* 11. In order for schools to reopen, they must abide by the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) guidelines such as social distancing, wearing masks, hand washing, routine disinfecting, and other health and safety measure. If Kayenta Unified School District No. 27 opens with children and teachers returning to school buildings, would you send your child to school to attend onsite learning if CDC safety measures are in place?

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* 12. What questions and/or concerns do you have that we may be able to answer?

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