The purpose of this is survey is to collect feedback from teachers, parents and families.

Wrangell Public Schools is developing its Smart Start plan with guidance from the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development. The school will be following the state guidelines and incorporating recommended protocols and educational information from the CDC in its plan to the maximum degree possible to ensure the safety and wellbeing of students, faculty, and administrators. Please note that the district’s plan includes modifications for low, medium, and high-risk situations that may arise during the pandemic. Administrators will be working with local health officials to determine the current level of risk. At its discretion, the district may opt to amend the plan to address the risks at the present time.

The survey will aid in the progressive development of the Wrangell Public Schools Smart Start Plan for the 2020-21 school year. This survey has been coupled with a town hall meeting that allows for a more open forum for information sharing and questioning. As necessary, the district may release additional surveys or hold subsequent town hall meetings to gather further information from stakeholders.

Teachers who are also parents should submit two separate surveys from each perspective. Likewise, parents who have children enrolled in more than one school within the district should complete a survey for each school. If more than one child is enrolled in one of the schools within the district one survey will suffice unless the needs are different from the perspective of the parent.


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* 1. Please select the category that best describes you.

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* 2. Please select the school in which your child will attend.

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* 3. What is your preferred communication platform with the school?

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* 4. At this time, are you planning to have your child(ren) return to school for the 2020-21 school year?

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* 5. HEALTH SAFETY-Please select your top three priorities regarding health safety practices if schools were to open for in-person classes in the fall.

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* 6. How strongly would you support a mask/face covering requirement for everyone?

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* 7. SOCIAL DISTANCING/PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT-Please select your top three priorities for cleaning/distancing safety practices if schools were to open for in-person classes in the fall.

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* 8. LEARNING CONTEXT PRIORITIES-As schools reopen in the Fall of 2020, how strongly would you support each of the following options?

  Strongly Support Support Neutral Oppose Strongly Oppose
Blended learning with daily sessions: Students attend in person certain days each week and complete assignments and activities via distance education the other days of the week
Blended learning half-day sessions: Students attend in person in either the morning or the afternoon and complete assignments and activities via distance education the other half of the day
Full-time return to the regular school day and schedule with an ability to default to distance learning as it is necessary
Full-time return to distance education

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* 9. Considering your experience with emergency distance education implemented during the Spring 2020, please indicate your top three priorities for distance education.

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* 10. ATTITUDES ON RETURNING- Select all the statements that best describe your overall feeling about returning to school?

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* 11. Which of the following statements are true when thinking of the 2020-2021 school year?

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* 12. Please provide any additional comments for consideration here.

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