Instructions

If you have multiple children in the Warrenton Hammond School District, please fill out a separate survey for each child.  Depending on if you choose to add comments, it should only take a few minutes of your time for each survey. 

This grade-level feedback will be very helpful to us as we plan for the upcoming school year.  Thank you in advance for your time. 

Tom Rogozinski, WHSD Superintendent

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* 2. Did your child receive any of the following services this school year? (Check all that apply)

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* 3. Please rate your child's experiences with distance learning this spring:

  Strongly disagree Disagree Agree Strongly Agree
The assignments were easy to find online or to pick-up at school.
The assignments were clearly communicated and easy for my child to follow.
My child received the support  needed from their teacher(s) in order to do a good job on the assignments.
My child received meaningful feedback about their learning.
My child received instruction in a format that met their learning needs.
My child was graded fairly based on the work they completed.

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* 4. The amount of work my child received each week during distance learning was:

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* 5. Compared to regular school (on-campus, in-person) how much did your child learn during distance learning this spring?

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* 6. How big of a problem was each of these aspects of distance learning?

  A huge problem A pretty big problem A bit of a problem No problem
No or limited access to the internet
No or limited access to a computer(s)
Each class is set-up differently, with different resources, types of assignments, grading etc.
Learning  formats and activities were not interesting
Managing my child's or children's learning schedule(s) at home
Keeping my child/ren engaged with school work
Not enough time to complete the work
Balancing my work with my child's school work

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* 7. The next series of questions relate to next school year. This items shares with you some of the restrictions/protocols that may be put in place next year when students are in the buildings.  How comfortable are you with each?

  Very Uncomfortable Uncomfortable Neutral Comfortable Very Comfortable
Regular Temperature Checks
Regular/Frequent Handwashing
Emphasis on Social Distancing at All Times
Students Wearing Masks
Restroom Access is Scheduled
Modified or No Recess
Modified or No PE
Meals in the Classrooms

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* 8. Does your child usually ride the bus to and from school?

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* 9. Would you consider allowing your child to take the bus to and from school next year?

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* 10. How comfortable are you having your child ride the bus if:

  Very uncomfortable Uncomfortable Neutral Comfortable Very comfortable
The bus is at full capacity (2 students to a seat) with no additional safety measures in place
The bus is at half capacity (1 student to a seat) with no additional safety measures in place
The bus is at full capacity, but safety measures are in place (for example, face masks and/or clear barriers between rows)
The bus is at half capacity and safety measures are in place. 

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* 11. Assuming appropriate safety protocols are in place, how comfortable are you with each of these educational delivery options for the next school year:

  Very Uncomfortable Uncomfortable Neutral Comfortable Very comfortable
100% in-person, in-school learning every weekday (i.e. regular school)
100% distance learning (similar to this spring, but a better version)
A blended model where students attend school in-person 2 or 3 days a week combined with at home learning  on the other days
Mostly distance learning with on-campus, in-person meetings with teachers each week.

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* 12. Given the coronavirus situation, which educational delivery option would you most like to see in place for your child next year?

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