Emergency Remote Learning Survey: Surveying Parents, Students, & Staff to Learn How We Can Improve
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Thank you for your support of Catawba County Schools this school year. The Emergency Remote Learning Period that began March 23 required a monumental team effort between our teachers, staff, families, and students. In a matter of a week, we put together an Emergency Remote Learning Plan for our ~16,000 students, and our students and families quickly adapted to this brand-new style of learning. I am proud of what we all accomplished working together.
We know that remote learning will be a part of the 2020-21 school year. Our state legislators mandated five remote learning days as part of the regular school year. We are preparing for the possibility that our school buildings could be closed again or that we will have some sort of hybrid of remote learning and in-person instruction. Either way, we want to make sure we improve upon our remote learning so our students and staff can have the best possible experience learning in this new way.
We created a short, anonymous survey for our students, parents, and staff to learn what we did well and what needs work. Please click on the link below to complete your survey by Friday, June 5, 2020.