This three-part survey will help the Klamath County School District plan for next year, improve instructional delivery, and communicate better with our families. Thank you for your time.

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* 1. Name:

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* 2. School(s) your student(s) will attend next fall. Check all that apply.

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* 3. What grade(s) will your student(s) be in next fall? Check all that apply.

Part 1: Planning ahead // The 2020-21 school year

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* 4. The Klamath County School District is planning for students to return to school as normal next fall. In the event mandates by Gov. Kate Brown and the Oregon Department of Education do not allow that to happen, what option would be best for your family?

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* 5. As we plan for next year, we want know your priorities and concerns. Where would you like to see the district focus its efforts? What are your top concerns about returning to school in the fall?

Part 2: Distance Learning

In response to statewide school closures, the Klamath County School District transitioned to our KCSD & Me Distance Learning Program. Please answer the following questions to help us determine what worked and did not work for families. Your answers will help guide and improve our distance learning platforms.

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* 6. Was your student able to complete technology-based (online) assignments at home?

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* 7. In general, how has your distance learning experience been over the last couple of months?

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* 8. How much time did you, the parent or guardian, spend supporting your student(s) learning each day?

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* 9. How much time did your student(s) spend on instructional activities a day?

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* 10. What are your thoughts about the amount of schoolwork provided?

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* 11. How much support did your student receive from the school and teachers when learning from home?

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* 12. What can the Klamath County School District do to improve your family's experience with distance learning?

Part 3: Communication

The key to successfully navigating rapidly changing state guidelines and requirements is communicating with our families. The following questions will help us know what style of communication works -- or does not work -- for you.

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* 13. How well do you feel the district communicated with parents and students during our shift to distance and online learning?

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* 14. How do you prefer to receive communication from the district and schools about important announcements? Select all that apply.

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* 15. How can the district improve its communication with families?

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