District Seeking Input Regarding Potential Instructional Model Changes - March 3 Deadline
As infection rates decline and the state health department considers relaxing restrictions around COVID-19, the North Syracuse Central School District (NSCSD) is working to determine the feasibility of adding in-person instructional days for students. As we carefully analyze class sections, current student numbers, existing building schedules, room utilization, and seating capacity on buses, we are also seeking feedback in exploring options for the potential increase of in-person learning days in the form of a brief (3 question) survey. The District will continue to offer fully remote instruction.
Please click here to take the survey by March 3 so that the District can assess feedback and interest. Please be aware that this survey is not a formal request for a change in instructional model. It is solely for the purpose of gauging interest. The feedback we receive will be considered as the NSCSD revises our in-person learning options according to anticipated changes to state COVID-19 guidance and protocols. More information will be available as we move forward.
Because families may have multiple children at different schools and/or multiple children with differing experiences at the same school, please repeat the survey for each child in your family attending school in the NSCSD.