POLL RESULTS: How will your children be attending school this year?

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POLL RESULTS: How will your children be attending school this year?

Milton Public Schools students returned to school on Wednesday, September 16th. Some will are attending school in 2020-2021 in a full remote scenario, while others have opted for the 2-1/2 half day hybrid option.

Many children will have the privilege of attending private schools while other advantaged children will have their education enhanced by private “learning pods,” consisting of small groups of children taught or managed independently by an educator.

POLL RESULTS: How will your children be attending school this year?

How will your children be attending school this year?

Hybrid learning at MPS
60.26%
Full remote learning at MPS
23.08%
My children will not go to MPS this year
16.67%

Returntoschoolmilton.com continues to be the hub for current information about Milton’s safe return to school.

Selected Poll Comments:

“Remote learning for elementary school students is basically the parents teaching the kids.”

“If a parent chooses to send their child to a private school is often because they are choosing to use their finances that way. Perhaps the child even has a scholarship.”

“So far a bit chaotic, 3 of 4 on-line MHS classes did not happen yesterday. My son sat around all day waiting for the teachers to log on and teach….”

“3 kids= 1 hybrid MPS, 1 remote out of District spec ed, 1 full day non MPS.”

Disclaimer:

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