Survey results show areas of concern through last spring’s online education
While the teachers, administration, students and parents were forced into the virtual reality it should be noted none have ever had to face that situation in the past. Thus, an exit survey was prepared by the school and posted to the school website for parents to participate in. “Schools are the hot item of discussion right now,” Adminstrator Kent Kindschy said. “We sent the survey link out on Facebook to get feedback from parents on how online learning went and to learn how we can improve if we need to go online for the 20-21 school year.” 27 elementary parents and 17 middle school/high school parents participated in the survey. SEE COMPLETE STORY IN THE TIMES OR READ ONLINE WITH PAID SUBSCRIPTION.