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Board Seeking Feedback on Remote Learning
Posted on 05/14/2020
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Throughout the extended COVID-19 school closure, ensuring students and families remain connected to their school community is important to us.

Learning looks and feels very different for our students right now. We want to check in with our students, families and staff to see how things are going, and ask how we might strengthen and further support your experience learning and/or working from home.

We have designed a short, anonymous, and voluntary survey, which will take no more than 5 to 10 minutes to complete. Because the survey is anonymous, no single person will be identified. Reports might include comments you choose to provide. Your feedback will be shared with school board staff who will use the results to help us understand ongoing needs in our district and inform any next steps.

All families will have received a survey link via email.  Families are asked to complete a separate survey for each student in your family who is currently attending a Limestone school.

Students in Grades 4 to 12 will have received an invite to participate via their Limestone email. We hope to capture authentic student voice from students themselves who are directly affected by remote learning. Younger students may require support from family members to complete the survey.

The survey can also be translated into Limestone’s top eight languages (aside from English and French). Look for the drop-down menu at the top of each page to select your preferred language.

The survey is open until May 14, 2020.

There is an opportunity at the end of the survey for families to provide their phone and email information if you wish to be contacted for further support. This is a voluntary step. If you have any questions about the survey, please reach out to your school administrator as you would normally.

We know that remote learning is not business as usual but we are encouraged by the ongoing efforts of our school communities – students, families and staff – to stay engaged and focused on learning and working as best they can during these extraordinary times.

We hope you will take the time to share your experience while learning from home.