“How are you doing?” Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) is asking students, parents and staff for their feedback about the transition to distance learning as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The District is distributing a short, online Distance Learning and Wellness Survey to gather information that will help improve the remote learning environment and pinpoint areas where families and staff need wellness support.
“We know the implementation of distance learning was a sudden change for Broward County Public Schools families, and we want to ensure we’re doing all we can to help,” BCPS Superintendent Robert Runcie said. “We want to hear from our students, parents and staff about what they think works well and where they have had challenges. The responses will help us identify areas where additional support may be needed and where we need to allocate re-sources.”
The Distance Learning and Wellness Survey will be available beginning Monday, May 4, through Thursday, May 14, at browardschools.com/distancesurvey.
Survey participants include the following three categories:
*Students in grades 6-12
*Parents of students in grades pre-K-12 (survey is available in English, Spanish, Portuguese and Haitian-Creole)
*BCPS instructional and student support staff and administrators
The surveys are anonymous; however, participants may provide their personal information if they wish to be contacted about available resources and services.
For more information on the survey, contact the School Counseling and BRACE Advisement Department at (754) 321-1675.
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