Survey Results

Parents

▉  Back in Session
  Gradual/Limited
  Health Precautions
  Understand, Opt Out
  Shouldn’t Open

Staff

▉  Full Capacity
  Gradual/Limited
  Health Precautions
  Have Reservations
  Shouldn’t Open

Where do you stand on the subject of schools reopening?

I/we want the school back in session at full capacity at the beginning of the academic year; I/we would send my/our child/ren to school

0%

I/we want the school to take a gradual approach to reopening with limited capacity at the beginning of the academic year; I/we would send my/our child/ren to school

0%

I/we want the school back in session at full capacity, but I understand it may not be possible right away; I/we would send my/our child/ren to school

0%

I/we want the school back in session, but only if the school is able to assure me/us of the health and safety precautions put in place going forward

0%

I/we understand and support the school reopening, but I/we will not send my/our child/ren for in-school learning right away

0%

The school should not open at all until we have immunity or vaccination available; distance learning should continue. I/we will not send my/our child/ren for in-school learning

0%
Regardless of the school configuration for the 2020/2021 academic year, will you choose to send your child/ren to school?
Yes0%
No0%
Undecided0%
If a state or local order was in place that would restrict us from having the whole student body in the building at once and the school had to deploy a contingency where students would have a modified schedule that resulted in part-time, in-school learning, what would be important for you to see happen at school?

As much in-school learning as possible

Necessary
73.03%
Important
12.17%
Neutral
8.08%
Unimportant
3.06%
Unnecessary
3.66%

As least 50% of learning is in a live, in-school setting

Necessary
58.10%
Important
17.86%
Neutral
13.65%
Unimportant
3.56%
Unnecessary
6.82%

At least 25% of learning is in a love, in-school setting

Necessary
37.20%
Important
12.13%
Neutral
27.19%
Unimportant
8.74%
Unnecessary
14.74%

Families should be able to send their children to school together

Necessary
65.43%
Important
8.75%
Neutral
18.5%
Unimportant
1.88%
Unnecessary
5.43%

Schools provides at-school care option for children of parents working outside the home with limited or no child-care options, during the school day

Necessary
29.94%
Important
13.91%
Neutral
35.56%
Unimportant
3.62%
Unnecessary
16.97%

At home learning is supplemental and complements in-school learning

Necessary
45.1%
Important
25.83%
Neutral
16.63%
Unimportant
6.05%
Unnecessary
6.39%

Students with special needs are prioritized and provided additional in-school learning

Necessary
28.65%
Important
18.99%
Neutral
39.94%
Unimportant
4.21%
Unnecessary
8.2%

Distance/virtual learning still takes place for all students if they can only be at the school part-time

Necessary
59.77%
Important
17.41%
Neutral
12.22%
Unimportant
3.63%
Unnecessary
6.98%

School works with the Church/local churches to open more space for live student learning

Necessary
57.78%
Important
22.08%
Neutral
14.83%
Unimportant
1.72%
Unnecessary
3.6%

Part time schedules take in to account the needs of families

Necessary
55.25%
Important
20.10%
Neutral
18.53%
Unimportant
1.63%
Unnecessary
4.49%

Part-time schedules have full-day opportunities

Necessary
49.92%
Important
16.84%
Neutral
25.60%
Unimportant
2.25%
Unnecessary
5.39%

Part-time schedules have half-day opportunities

Necessary
18.30%
Important
19.36%
Neutral
42.75%
Unimportant
6.96%
Unnecessary
12.63%
As we plan for reopening our schools, what is the most important for you to see in the plans for our Catholic schools?

Temperature checks are conducted at the door for all faculty, staff, students and (limited) visitors

Necessary
40.21%
Important
22.30%
Neutral
18.88%
Unimportant
5.59%
Unnecessary
13.02%

We need to comply with local and state orders

Necessary
50.60%
Important
14.80%
Neutral
15.94%
Unimportant
7.02%
Unnecessary
11.64%

Social/physical distancing precautions are in place, i.e., desks are spaced 6 feet apart, smaller groups of students in class at any one time

Necessary
29.26%
Important
21.29%
Neutral
16.92%
Unimportant
11.19%
Unnecessary
21.34%

Everyone wears a mask while on the school campus

Necessary
22.63%
Important
16.59%
Neutral
17.08%
Unimportant
11.32%
Unnecessary
32.37%

Drop off/pick up of students is restructured to not allow groups of parents in the building at the same time

Necessary
25.92%
Important
18.97%
Neutral
24.84%
Unimportant
8.21%
Unnecessary
22.07%

Number of students in the building or the classroom needs to be restricted

Necessary
19.62%
Important
17.28%
Neutral
23.16%
Unimportant
12.37%
Unnecessary
27.57%

Anyone coming into the school needs to be screened for symptoms

Necessary
45.18%
Important
20.03%
Neutral
14.37%
Unimportant
6.04%
Unnecessary
14.37%

Everyone need to monitor their health and not come to school with symptoms

Necessary
89%
Important
6.93%
Neutral
1.95%
Unimportant
.54%
Unnecessary
1.57%

Schedules established for frequent and thorough cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing of hard surfaces throughout the school

Necessary
69.83%
Important
18.67%
Neutral
7.22%
Unimportant
1.68%
Unnecessary
2.6%

Extra measures for high-risk populations (students, faculty and staff) are in place

Necessary
53.42%
Important
26.35%
Neutral
14.05%
Unimportant
1.86%
Unnecessary
4.32%

Community gatherings are limited or not hosted

Necessary
25.84%
Important
20.57%
Neutral
23.61%
Unimportant
11.10%
Unnecessary
18.88%

Online/distance remote learning program available to families not comfortable with sending their families child/ren to school

Necessary
39.21%
Important
23.98%
Neutral
26.54%
Unimportant
3.93%
Unnecessary
6.34%

Students remain with their classmates in their classroom at all times

Necessary
15.94%
Important
16.87%
Neutral
30.35%
Unimportant
11.84%
Unnecessary
25%
In the fall of 2020, if we are limited by state or local order as to the number of students we can have in the school building and we had to have a part-time program, will you require child/day care for your child/ren?

Yes, I/we work full-time outside of my/our home and do not have access to any child/day care during the ‘school day’

0%

Yes, I/we work full-time outside of my/our home and having to find child/day care during the ‘school day’ if needed would pose an undue hardship

0%

I/we do work full-time, but I/we have access to child/day care during the ‘school day’ if needed

0%

No child/day care for my/our child/ren during the ‘school day’ is needed

0%