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Take the Non-Binding Family Survey for Reopening
Posted 11/2/20

Greetings MDUSD Families, 

On Friday, October 30, our district sent out the initial, “non-binding survey,” to families, but, it has come to our attention that our distribution list was incomplete. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience, and we want to give everyone the opportunity to complete this survey. 

From the survey originator:

“If a family member received a survey link last Friday evening from the district, they should use that link as it is connected to the family's information with the district.

If neither parent/guardian received a link last Friday that was connected to the district's information for the family, they can use the following generic link if necessary.” 

Here is the generic link to take MDUSD’s non-binding survey for families: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/5993990/General-MDUSD-Parent-Return-to-School-Preparation-Survey-2-copy

The survey is easy to complete, takes less than two minutes, and will be very helpful for our planning. We ask that all families complete this survey as soon as possible accordingly. 

This was the original October 30 message:

We are excited to begin to move forward with the MDUSD Reopening Plan. This week, two important events occurred that will influence next steps: Contra Costa County moved into the Orange Tier and the Governing Board approved the Hybrid phase and timeline. Today we are checking in with you again and asking you to complete the following simple survey.

Safety: MDUSD will follow the California Department of Health, COVID-19 Industry Guidance: Schools and School Based Programs. Face coverings, frequent sanitation, Contra Costa County Free Testing, and Social Distancing will be in place for the in person experience.  There are protocols and procedures for what to do if a staff member or student becomes sick from COVID-19.

Hybrid: The currently planned hybrid model will consist of two days of students on site and three days at home. We will make every effort to maintain teacher assignments but enrollment numbers will be the determining factor.

100% Distance Learning: Families can choose to remain in Distance Learning for the remainder of the year.

This survey will allow the planning teams to further implement our Reopening Plan.

*All scenarios are subject to Bargaining Impacts and Effects

Thank you,

Mt. Diablo Unified School District