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NYC DOE - Return to School Survey

Greetings HSES Families,

I hope that you’re well, safe and looking forward to the summer months ahead.

The end of the school year is almost near. As your children finalize their remaining assignments and say their goodbyes to staff through digital platforms, the DOE would like input from students and families in the effort of planning for re-opening school buildings in the 2020-21 school year.

The Return to School Survey 2020 is now open to capture feedback from students and families about what are the most important considerations for their return to school in the fall. This feedback will help us to explore and plan various options for re-opening school buildings in the 2020-21 school year along with guidance from public health experts and advisory groups.

All students in grades 6–12, and parents/guardians of students in grades K through 12, are encouraged to participate in this anonymous online survey through June 22.

We want to capture feedback from as many voices as possible and look to ensure families and students are aware of the survey and know how to access it.

Please click on the embedded link above and below (Return to School Survey 2020) and you will be immediately directed to the survey for completion.

https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/in-our-classrooms/return-to-school-2020

You will find the applicable links Parents and Students to assist you in processing this request.

This year has presented many challenging circumstances and students, staff and families have done an incredible job with remote teaching and learning.

As we plan for re-opening the school building in 2020-21 school year, we cannot predict what September will look like but with your help we can be prepared for a range of possibilities.

We know we can’t do this without your input!

Please complete the survey at your earliest convenience and thank you in advance for your support.

As always, stay healthy, stay safe and take care.

 

AP Williams