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Survey Invites Feedback on Remote Learning Experience

Families invited to share their experience with school services this spring

As the 2019–20 school year comes to an end, Eugene School District 4J is seeking feedback from students, parents and educators.

When Oregon students return to school in the fall, school may look different, such as a blend of on-site classes and online learning, with smaller groups, physical distancing and other precautions, depending on the public health situation and state guidelines for schools.

Feedback is invited about the emergency remote learning and support services that have been provided this spring while school buildings have been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. This feedback will help us continue to improve in the future, as we plan our return to school in the fall.

The surveys may take about 15 minutes to complete and include questions about: Distance learning this spring • Teaching and learning next year • Communication • Technology • Food services. The surveys are open through Sunday, June 28.

Survey for Parents (español)
Survey for Students (español)
Survey for Educators
open Monday, June 8–Sunday, June 28

Thank you. The district will keep families informed when details are determined.



Survey Responses

Addition: We appreciate the thousands of parents, students and staff who took the time to share their feedback on the emergency education and support services provided this spring and thoughts about the return to school in the fall. Following is a summary of quantified responses.

Survey Responses — Parents
Survey Responses — Students
Survey Responses — Educators


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