As many of you, I have questions as to what school will look like in the fall for my girls. Quincy Public Schools wants to know your opinion, it so important to take the survey and let your voice heard.

I have mixed feelings letting my girls go back to in class learning. I know that is what is best for them, but as cases of COVID-19 rise in Adams County, I am starting to wonder what I should do. Quincy Public Schools want to hear from all of the parents, because I know I am not the only one second guessing everything.

Quincy Public Schools can open in the fall, with safety and health guidelines to follow, and they want to know what parents are thinking. It's so important to take the QPS Parent/Guardian Survey and let your voice heard. The survey takes about 10 minutes and you are asked to be honest and let the district know how you feel. 

Did home learning work? What can the schools do better if home learning is back? Are you letting your child attend in class learning in the fall? These are just some of the questions you are asked in the survey. Let them know what worked and what didn't work, if home learning is going to be an option for some, or we are back in a stay-at-home order, now is the time to make the home learning better than it was, and your opinion is needed.

They only way to improve the district and education for our kids is to let the school administration know what work for you and your family. So, take the survey let your voice be heard, and most importantly speak up for your littles since they can't.