These results show clearly that the vast majority of our parents have found confidence in our ability to effectively implement mitigation strategies and are supportive of reducing physical distance in order to accommodate more in-person learning time throughout the week once our community reaches moderate or low community transmission. Results from a similar staff survey show that the majority of our staff members share confidence and support in these two areas, respectively.
As our local community transmission numbers continue to trend in the right direction, in the coming weeks, CCSD93’s Teaching, Learning & Innovation and Student Services departments will be working collaboratively with teachers and administrators from every school to clearly identify potential opportunities to increase in-person learning once we reach moderate or low community transmission.
I look forward to this committee’s work leading to more opportunities for our students to experience a sense of normalcy and educational achievement moving forward. We will continue to keep you apprised of updates.