Shelton's Ed Support Plan & Survey

Ed Support Plan & Survey

Education Support Plan & Parent Survey
Posted on 09/21/2021
Education Support Plan & Parent SurveyWith the school year off and running we continue to be excited about our return to full-time in-person learning. Though our students have been doing a wonderful job complying with the District’s health and safety protocols, COVID-19 is in our community, over the course of the school year students and staff may need to quarantine. Many of you have asked how quarantined students will be able to continue their learning given that the hybrid/remote model of last year no longer exists.

Like you, the District wants students who are quarantined due to COVID-19 infection or close contact exposure to be able to access learning. Anticipating that students will be subject to COVID-19-related quarantine, outlining how students who are directed by a public health office or administrator to quarantine due to COVID-19 will be served.

This year, students who have been directed to quarantine will be offered some instructional activities within the first 48 hours after the school has been informed that the student is quarantined. Within three (3) school days, students will be contacted by their teachers to set up a plan to continue their instruction during the course of their quarantine.

We want to acknowledge that accessing the classroom via online or through video recordings is not the only way for a quarantined student to participate. Parents, teachers, and students may collaborate to discuss other options based on each quarantined student’s needs.

As a reminder, please keep your student(s) home when they have a known exposure to someone with COVID-19 or new symptoms that are not caused by another condition. If you are unsure whether to keep your student(s) home or how we decide when to send students home, please see our Symptom Decision Tree.

Students identified as close contact of a confirmed case by Mason County Public Health will be given guidance on when to return to school. The District will communicate with impacted families.

If you want to learn more about how SSD is working to keep students, staff, and our community safe during the school year, visit our 2021-22 School Year webpage.

Thank you for your support and understanding as we work together to provide safe and healthy schools.

Parent Survey

The 2021-22 school year has started, and we are so excited to have students in our schools full-time again! Our continued commitment is to sustain in-person services by following the health and safety guidelines set by state and local agencies. While we are jubilant to have students back in classrooms, this school year is far from normal. We continue to face unforeseen challenges that unfortunately interfere with our ability to provide the highest level of service to you and our students. Supply lines are short on materials and are often running far behind. Maintaining the staffing of positions across the district throughout the fall will be tough as the pandemic continues to devastate families. Despite these challenges, the Shelton School District continues to look to improve on our services and prioritize what is important to our families and community.

Now that students have been back in school for a couple of weeks, we want to hear from you. This survey will aid us in our continuous improvement of health and safety in our schools. We value your voice and want to hear from you. Please take this brief survey by Tuesday, September 28th to share your feelings with us.

Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JXF5H7H

 
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