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Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103; Feb 24, 2021

2021–2022 Fall Planning Survey

Hello D103 families,


We are busy planning for the 2021-2022 school year for staffing and classroom space. There are many variables to consider and we need your assistance to make decisions for the best possible plan. We ask each family to complete a survey, located in the forms section of Unified Classroom, for planning purposes only. Please complete the survey by Wednesday, February 24, 2021. Once we have a clear plan, we will inform parents and then send a separate survey later this spring asking parents to make a decision regarding their choice for in-person or remote schooling for the fall of 2021.


There are several assumptions for this survey:

  1. In-person and remote learning will be available 5 days a week, full days of school

  2. Authorities state that vaccination of children may not occur until later in 2022. Because of this assumption, we believe that a vaccine will not be available for children in September

  3. Most staff are vaccinated

  4. Masks will be required when we start school in the fall

  5. The new variants of COVID-19 will be widely spread in the United States by September

  6. There will be an option to make a switch between in-person and remote learning halfway through the school year


The survey is located in the forms section of Unified Classroom. If you need help accessing the survey, please watch this video. Please read each scenario carefully. Each question asks you to select in-person or remote learning based on the level of COVID-19 transmission and a 3 or 6 foot distance required between individuals. Please make your choice based on your current understanding of COVID-19 transmission and risk factors. Again, this is only a survey to help in planning, not a decision for the fall.


  1. Covid remains the same as now (high transmission), 6 foot distance is required by health authorities. I would choose:

    1. In-Person

    2. Remote

  2. Covid decreases (lower transmission), 6 foot distance is required by health authorities. I would choose:

    1. In-person

    2. Remote

  3. Covid remains the same as now (high transmission), 3 foot (or less) distance is allowed by health authorities. I would choose:

    1. In-Person

    2. Remote

  4. Covid decreases (lower transmission), 3 foot (or less) distance is allowed by health authorities. I would choose:

    1. In-Person

    2. Remote


Thank you for your assistance in completing the survey by Wednesday, February 24, 2021 so we have a stronger plan for the fall of 2021.


Sincerely,


Scott Warren, Ed.D

Superintendent of D103

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