Parent Feedback | Back-To-School Instructional Models

  • Oak Harbor Public Schools is evaluating different types of learning opportunities for this fall and we’re looking for your feedback. Please carefully read the description for each of the following models before completing our brief survey to select your preferred method. After reviewing the survey and focus group data and examining the recommendations from OSPI and the Department of Health, the district will send its recommendation to the School Board for approval on August 10.  

    Regardless of the decision, families will still have more than one option to choose for their child’s education. We know that your decision is based on the level of risk and household need for the upcoming school year.  These are unprecedented times, and selecting the best education model for your child is our highest priority.  We are working very hard to provide as many of these different opportunities as possible.  Please note, the models listed below may be modified or shift pending recommendations from OSPI and the Department of Health and the feedback we receive from families and staff.

    HomeConnection families are invited to fill out forms based on their child's grade level.  If you have a child in grades, K-4, please complete the Elementary Survey. If you have a child in grades 5-12, please complete the Intermediate and Secondary Survey. 

Elementary Instructional Models (Grades Pre K - 4)

  • For families with an elementary student (grades Pre K-4), please follow the steps below to give feedback on the different instructional models being evaluated for fall. 

    Step 1

    Read about the different instructional models being reviewed at the elementary level. 

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    Step 2

    Complete this short elementary survey. 

     Elementary Survey

Intermediate & Secondary Models (Grades 5-12)

  • For families with a student in grades 5-12, please follow the steps below to give feedback on the different instructional models being evaluated for fall. 

    Step 1

    Read about the different instructional models being reviewed at the intermediate and secondary levels. 

    intermediate

    Step 2

    Complete this short survey. 

     intermediate