Return-to-Learn Parent Survey

Dear CCPS School Community:

With the 2019-20 school year completed, there is much anticipation and discussion about what school will look like for the 2020-21 school year. Caroline County Public Schools, like educational organizations across the Commonwealth, is now wrestling with how to effectively manage the public health risks of COVID-19 while simultaneously resuming the core functions of our school division.

Amidst this, CCPS remains committed to the health and well-being of all school community members and to supporting the academic and social-emotional progress of all students. As such, the school division has been actively preparing for the re-opening of school. A Return-to-Learn task force comprised of department supervisors, principals, and teachers has been planning over the past month for a variety of scenarios for returning to school that include a regular return (social distancing measures), virtual/distance learning, and a variety of alternate models.

To ensure the task force develops a plan reflective of the Caroline school community and the Commonwealth, VDH, and VDOE reopening guidelines outline by Governor Northam on June 9, we’ve developed a parent survey to determine the needs and wants of our families. In addition to parental input, CCPS staff will seeking feedback via an employee Return-to-Learn survey. All survey data will be used in conjunction with governmental agency information to develop a plan that is feasible, meaningful, and safe.

Your input is valuable, so please submit your responses by June 18! The CCPS task force will work diligently to release its Return-to-Learn plan by mid-July. We thank you for your continued support throughout the COVID-19 closure; we’re committed to meeting the continued challenges presented by the pandemic while delivering quality teaching and learning opportunities for the students of Caroline.

Return to Learn Parent Survey

In education,
Sarah B. Calveric, Ph.D.
Superintendent