Fresno Unified is encouraging parents/guardians of elementary students to complete a survey about their plans for returning to in-person learning when Fresno County reaches the orange Tier 3 of the state’s risk levels, or remaining in distance learning. Parents have until Dec. 3 to complete the survey, which launched on Nov. 20. The survey is available on fresnounified.org. The survey is available in English, Spanish and Hmong.
When Fresno County reaches the orange tier, the district will return a large number of elementary students to campus for in-person instruction, using a phased in approach that starts with the lowest grade levels. Families will also have the option of remaining in the eLearn at My School distance learning model. The survey asks for families to indicate their preference from among three options.
“We encourage elementary families to complete the survey on whether they want their child to return to in-person learning, when it is safe to do so, or remain in distance learning. We value their thoughts on this important step and want to adequately plan for our eventual return to in-person instruction,” said Superintendent Bob Nelson.