Fall Thought Exchange Closes June 3

Fall Thought Exchange Closes June 3
Posted on 06/02/2020
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Thought Exchange for FallHow school looks in the fall will depend largely on requirements and guidance from Gov. DeWine, the Ohio Department of Health, the Ohio Department of Education and the Butler County Health Department. While we understand that guidance may be released early, we also anticipate that it will most likely change between now and August. Keeping this in mind, district leaders are building out possible scenarios for our students’ safe return to school this fall. 

Ideally, we would prefer to have all of our students physically in school every day. But we must also be prepared with alternative solutions that include a remote option and a blended scenario that combines in-person and virtual learning. We are asking our parents, students, staff and community members for input as we shape these plans.

Please click here to participate in this ThoughtExchange that asks: “As we continue to build out options and plans for what school can look like in the fall of 2020, what considerations should we keep in mind?”

There are 3 easy steps to participate in the exchange:

  1. Share your own thoughts by answering the question. This is a great way to test your ideas with the larger community.

  2. Read through other responses and, using a star system, rate them according to how strongly you agree.

  3. Explore the different thoughts that are rising to the top of the exchange based on their ratings.

Please be sure to revisit the exchange several times between now and June 3 so that you can rate responses that continue to come in. Hurry! The ThoughtExchange closes at 11:59 p.m. on June 3.