WAYNE, NJ – In a letter written to parents, guardians and caregivers of the students of the Wayne Township Public Schools, Superintendent Dr. Mark Toback asked for a rapid response to a Thoughtexchange survey to help improve the distance learning format that is taking place throughout Wayne.
Toback sent a warm “Thank You” out to the community, school employees, and Board of Education for the many ways they have supported the transition to distance learning.
“The strength of our school system is on full display and our strength will carry us through this global setback,” wrote Toback.
“We are all on an unexpected journey together,” he continued. “One of our primary objectives is to make sure the distance learning model is working for all students. As a result, we are seeking your feedback so we can hear directly from you and better understand the challenges you and your children are facing.”
Normally, the schools allow for two weeks for parents to participate in surveys such as these “However, this situation changes rapidly and under the circumstances, we can’t afford to wait for two weeks” said Toback.The Thoughtexchange survey will close on Tuesday, March 24 at 5:00pm, so parents are urged to share their thoughts immediately.
The link to the Thoughtexchange Survey is here: https://my.thoughtexchange.com/scroll/527536646
The Wayne School System has a community coronavirus FAQ section on their Coronavirus Update Center found here: https://sites.google.com/wayneschools.com/wtps-coronavirus-update-center/faqs
“We encourage you to review these important questions and answers,” said Toback. “Please continue to send your questions and comments.”
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