Learning, Engagement Improves; Well-being Varies

Results from the October 2020 survey show learning and engagement have improved this fall for both remote and hybrid students, but sense of well-being varies between the two groups.

Learning and Engagement for KVA and Grades 3-12 (in full remote)

  • 82% of parents/caregivers feel it is better this fall than in the spring for full remote 
  • 75% of students feel it is better this fall than in the spring for full remote
  • 95% of KSD staff feel it is better this fall than in the spring for full remote

Learning and Engagement for Grades K-2 (in hybrid)

  • 83% of parents/caregivers feel it is better in hybrid than it was in remote
  • 95% of KSD certificated staff feel it is better in hybrid than it was in remote

Sense of well-being (you / your child) for KVA and Grades 3-12 (in full remote)

  • 29% of parents/caregivers feel it is improved in full remote
  • 31% of students feel it is improved in full remote
  • 41% of KSD staff feel it is improved in full remote

Sense of well-being (you / your child) for Grades K-2 (in hybrid)

  • 85% of parents/caregivers feel it is improved since returning to school in-person two days a week

You can see the reports and collected thoughts on overall mental health by clicking the links below: