Families have until the evening of Aug. 5 to make final decisions on whether their child will take part in in-person, virtual or virtual plus learning this fall after Sept. 8.
The district shared preliminary results from parents at an Aug. 3 board work session. Nearly 90% of parents had responded at the primary and secondary level at that time.
Of the primary-level parents who responded, roughly 53% chose in-person learning for their child, while roughly 46% opted for virtual learning. For secondary students, roughly 48% chose in-person learning; roughly 32% chose virtual; and 20% opted for virtual plus in the fall.
A small percentage of respondents—less than 1% at both the primary and secondary level—chose to withdraw from the district.
A more detailed breakdown of how each campus responded can be found below.