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Bulloch County Schools will survey all families, who have a rising K-12 student, about their expected interest in either face-to-face or virtual learning for the 2021-2022 school year.  On Friday, March 5, families can check their email or text messages for a link to a simple, two-question survey, and they can expect to receive the survey by 12 noon.

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Families are asked to respond to the survey by midnight on March 10.

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Survey links are unique to each student. If a family has more than one student, they can make specific choices for each child.  

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Please note that this is not a survey to register a child for face-to-face or virtual learning. This is a preliminary interest survey only to assist with the school district’s planning and staffing needs for the upcoming school year.

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Bulloch County Schools leaders understand that families may be undecided, and that their plans may change before the school district’s learning program application period in April. For now, families should just note their expected choice.

If a family does not receive a survey link by 12 noon on March 5, they may contact their child’s school for assistance.

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