As officials with Gloucester County Public Schools continue their planning for reopening schools in the fall along with COVID-19 prevention strategies, they are seeking additional input from families through a second survey.
In a July 3 letter to student families, school division superintendent Walter Clemons reviewed the results from last month’s survey and requested additional input via the second survey.
Clemons said the earlier survey indicated the desire for all students to return safely to school for daily, in-person instruction and recognized that employees, families and students have legitimate health-safety concerns.
He also said the survey reflected a request for reasonable sanitizing and safety procedures in schools, including reasonable distancing measures in schools, classrooms, common spaces and school buses.
In addition, Clemons said the survey indicated legitimate child care needs during periods of school closure, and a request for improved remote learning ...
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