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Continuous Learning Pulse Surveys

Items Changing in the Continuous Learning Plan Due to Feedback

  • Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade staff will work with their grade level teams to create a rotation of instructional sequence between science and social studies content.
     

  • A subcommittee of the Teacher Task Force will be assembled to work through the issues that are being experienced with enVision.
     

  • K-3 will shift to a new grid template structure, which is to be visible to parents/guardians beginning
    April 27, 2020. The new grid template was collaboratively designed by teachers and IT, responsive to community and staff feedback. 
     

  • Based on staff feedback, internally each K-3 Work in Progress folder now has a new copy of the Master Template to work in, an example to reference, as well as a guide document.
     

  • Grades K-5 will maintain the existing morning schedule the week of May 4, 2020, for interactive engagement with students, but eliminate the afternoon general education office hours. This will give students the opportunity to break away from screens in the afternoon and provide time for educators to provide meaningful feedback and faster email response to parents.
     

  • Parents and guardians requested one platform for learning. The district is excited to migrate to Canvas in the fall for grades 9-12, providing a unified high school experience.
     

  • Staff expressed a desire for additional training. Professional Development has been added to the end of the school year and our IT department has started "Lunch & Learn" experiences for staff. 
     

  • Parents and guardians expressed an interest in summer learning experiences. Our Learning Services Team, along with building administrators and teaching staff, are working quickly on a summer learning program. More details will be available soon.
     

  • Parents and guardians expressed an interest in summer camp opportunities - either in-person or virtual. While the district will not offer any in-person camp experiences in June, we are exploring virtual camp opportunities as well as potential in-person experiences for later in the summer. More information will be provided as soon as it is available, likely after May 28th.
     

  • Students and parents/guardians expressed an interest in collecting belongings left at school. Our administrative team is working on a plan to allow access to the buildings after the Stay at Home order is lifted.
     

  • Students shared with us ways in which we can help recognize and honor their last year in their school building (for those making transitions). District staff is working on special opportunities and will communicate with students and families soon regarding dates and times for those experiences.

Student Survey

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Staff Survey

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Parent/Guardian Survey

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Week Three

Staff Survey

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Parent/Guardian Survey

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Week Four

Parent/Guardian Survey

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