According to SISD Director of Communications Karen Garrison, 34% of survey respondents selected the district's Safety First In-Person learning option, while 66% opted for the district's Empowered Learning At-Home option. The survey closed to respondents Aug. 7 at 5 p.m.
As previously reported by Community Impact Newspaper, while SISD will begin the upcoming school year remotely until at least Sept. 11, if in-person learning resumes Sept. 14 as currently planned, whichever learning choice families choose for the first grading period will take effect through Nov. 20 for students in pre-K, Oct. 30 for elementary schools and Oct. 2 for secondary schools.
According to the district's current plans, while families can opt into remote learning at any time throughout the school year, students may only opt into in-person learning at the start of a new grading period.
For more information about both learning options, click here.