Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, Perry Cook Memorial Library is interested in hearing your opinions about attendance at our Early Learning Programs, Fall 2020. 

Ideally we are planning to have our Early Learning Programs meet in-person as scheduled. We have safety measures in place, including reduced class sizes, plexiglass shields to separate children, social distancing, increased cleaning and sanitizing of common materials and touchpoints, individual storage for personal materials, daily temperature screenings of children attending programs, and daily health monitoring for library staff.

Due to status changes and continuously updated recommendations, we are preparing for the possibility of needing to provide Early Learning programming virtually. We are asking parents and guardians who have already registered children for, or are considering registering children in one of our Early Learning programs, to complete the survey and share your thoughts on attendance and remote learning.

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* 1. In which program(s) are you interested in enrolling your child/children?

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* 2. If in-person programming is an option, with Covid-19 safety measures in place, are you willing to bring your child/children to Early Learning programs?

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* 3. If your local school system is closed due to Covid-19 concerns and using remote learning, would you be willing to bring your child/children for Early Learning programs?

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* 4. If your older child/children are required to do remote learning or online learning because their local school system is closed due to Covid-19, would you still be willing to bring your child for in-person Early Learning programs?

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* 5. If in-person programming is not possible/not advisable, would you register your child/children for online Early Learning programming?

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* 6. If online programming is necessary, we are considering use of two software apps to present Early Learning materials, Zoom and/or YouTube. Zoom is live, interactive programming, but requires a set schedule and has time constraints. YouTube is pre-recorded programming, so it is not interactive but is available to view on-demand. If online programming is necessary, would you prefer...

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* 7. Do you have other concerns that we have not addressed?

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