Duval Public Schools Debuts Survey Requesting Input On How To Reopen Schools
Administrators at Duval County Public Schools are asking students, parents and staff for their input as the district plans for how to reopen schools in the fall.
The district has created a short, online survey asking stakeholders how they feel about certain safeguards — such as having students and staff wear face coverings, delaying the start of the school year and staggering student attendance.
The survey will only be available through the end of this week.
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The district's fall semester is scheduled to begin August 10 but the district added, "it is premature to say how school will be conducted when students and teachers return in the fall."