Dassel-Cokato Schools to survey district families about potential school scenarios
DASSEL-COKATO – Families in the Dassel-Cokato School District will receive a survey to assess their feelings about potential distance learning scenarios. The survey will be sent through the district’s Campus system Tuesday, July 14, and will be open for one week.
Governor Tim Walz is expected to make a decision about how students will return to school this fall at the end of the month. In the meanwhile, the Minnesota Department of Education directed school districts to plan for three possible scenarios: in-person learning, a hybrid model, and distance learning. The expectation is for schools to have these plans ready to implement at any given time throughout the school year.
Part of the planning for these scenarios includes taking into account busing and possibly having to reduce the total number of students on a bus each morning and afternoon. Serving breakfasts, lunches, and snacks may look different because of health and safety requirements. District staff needs to make sure they continue to understand the technology capabilities and needs of students and families.
The survey will be sent through the district’s Campus system Tuesday, July 14, and will be open for one week. For help accessing a school account, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 320-286-4100 ext. 1884.