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Thank You for Your Distance Learning Thoughts

Families share their priorities about distance learning for their students.

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Thank you to the more than 1,300 families who participated in the Distance Learning Thoughtexchange survey in early May. We asked about your priorities for your student during distance learning, and you told us.

With more than 5,000 families in our district, the needs and circumstances vary greatly, but two priorities came through loud and clear:

  1. more real-time instruction and explanation from teachers (online); and
  2. more opportunity for students to interact with the teacher and each other as they learn.

We share that desire, and our teachers are working hard to become proficient in providing that kind of instruction in this new format. We will continue to review the results of your feedback and use it to inform our distance learning process through the end of this school year and into the coming months.