Jun 04
Survey Results - Science Kindergarten Program

​On May 15th, 2020 a survey was sent out to all of the families who currently have students attending the Science Program at Valley View and to the families that are interested in joining the Science Program in September. The reason for this survey was to gather input from families about changes to the fees and schedules for Transportation for the 2020-2021 school year.

The Kindergarten only survey had three questions:

1. There is no mid day bus. Please indicate which choice of proramming you would prefer.
    a. I will bring my child to and from school every day on my own. 
    b. AM/PM I will permit my child to ride the bus to or from school and pick them up/drop 
        them off mid day.
    c. AM/PM I will have my child ride the bus to and from school. They will attend Monday
        and Wednesday all day and some Fridays (AM class) or Tuesday and Thursday and 
        some Fridays (PM class).

 57% of the families who answered the survey responded in favour of option C.

2. If you choose the full day option, your child will need to stay for lunch. Please indicate which lunch option you prefer.
    a. I will make my own lunchroom supervision arrangements. No fee.
    b. I will allow my child to stay for lunch two days a week for approx. $137 dollars.

67% of the families who answered the survey responded in favour of option B.

3. All students are requested to have an inside pair of shoes and a backpack that hey bring from home. For other supplies, please check the option that your family would prefer. 
    a. If I am given a list, I will purchase all the supplies.
    b. I will pay $20 to the school to have all student supplies purchased.

69% of the families who answered the survey responded in favour of option B.

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