What do you think about the new school start times?

Barrington schools create survey, open it to students, parents, staff

Posted 12/3/19

The Barrington Public School Superintendent’s School Scheduling Task Force has created a survey to learn about parents', teachers' and students' experiences with the new change in the …

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What do you think about the new school start times?

Barrington schools create survey, open it to students, parents, staff

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The Barrington Public School Superintendent’s School Scheduling Task Force has created a survey to learn about parents', teachers' and students' experiences with the new change in the schools’ start and end times so far this year.

With the first quarter of the school year completed, the district feels that this is an excellent opportunity to collect feedback from the staff, students in grades 5-12, and all BPS families regarding the new change in the school schedules.

Peoples' responses will remain anonymous. The administration will review all comments; however, it will only publish the numerical ratings.

When prompted for a password, people should enter their Aspen Username. To access the survey, click here.

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