Port Huron, MI — Port Huron Schools is asking for input from the community to help them make a plan for back to school. Answers and ideas can be submitted through the “Thoughtexchange” platform where users can unanimously leave comments and rate the comments of others.
The survey was rolled out Monday and asks the question, “What important ideas should Port Huron Schools consider when developing a plan to re-open school buildings and educate our students safely in the fall?” It already had a large response with most of the comments related to safety and protecting students from COVID-19 infection.
The survey ends on June 30th. The results will be shared with the community on the district’s website and will be used by the Return to School Advisory committee. The Advisory committee is made up of Administration, Board of Education, Building Administrators, Teachers, bargaining group presidents, a health department representative, transportation representative, and parent representatives.
Further state recommendations on getting students back to school are expected to be released from the Governor’s office on June 30th.
You can access Thoughtexchange <HERE>.
Reporting for WGRT – Jennie McClelland