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2020-21 Re-entry Survey

TO: Our Clearview Families, Parents, and Legal Guardians:

The 2020-21 school year is fast approaching.  To help with our planning, please complete the following survey before or on Tuesday, August 18, 2020. 

Clearview Public Schools looks forward to welcoming students back and to providing a safe and caring learning environment for the 2020-2021 school year.

We will be following all recommendations of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, including needed mask-wearing, cohorting of students and increasing cleaning throughout the school day. Please read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and other information linked below.

We understand that many of you are concerned about students returning to school in person and might prefer some form of at-home learning. We will support your children's learning, whichever method you choose.

In-school learning will begin Monday, August 31, 2020, with staggered entry.  Each school will share their staggered entry plans with you.

At-home learning and homeschool supports will begin no later than Wednesday, September 15, 2020.  Clearview will provide learning materials and Clearview teachers will provide instruction in the core subjects, with some options where possible.   Note that for both at-home learning and homeschooling, parents and legal guardians will need to be part of the learning for the student at the home: the homeschooling option would need the highest level of support from adults in the home.

For either at-home learning or homeschooling, students will remain enrolled at the school where they registered for 2020-21.  The school principals will work with both teachers in the school and other staff to ensure learning supports are provided.  Support for learning at-home and homeschooling will be dependent on the survey results and the needs of parents and students.

While Clearview will provide learning support for all students registered with Clearview, in-school learning is the best learning option for students as they will have the most direct support from teachers and will be able to participate in a social learning environment with other students.  Students with unique needs or need learning supports would particularly benefit most from in-school learning.

This survey assists us in determining the next steps and staffing. 


Entry points from At-Home or Homeschool Learning to In-School Learning 

We welcome students to our Clearview schools throughout the year.  If you choose at-home or homeschooling and would like to have your child return to in-school learning, please contact your local community school for the best way to accommodate this.  We want all our students to succeed and belong.

If you have already registered your child outside of Clearview, please know that you are welcome to reconsider this and keep your child with your local community school and in the program you feel is best suited for your child at the beginning of the school year.  






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In considering this survey, please review the following resources: 


Thank you for considering providing your information.

If you would like to send us a message directly, please contact your local community school or E-mail us at