With the recent spike in COVID-19 cases locally and in the Panhandle, should schools utilize a hybrid style of learning (half digital/half in-school) instead of fully in-person instruction?

Yes. Schools should utilize hybrid (half digital/half in-school) learning for the rest of the school year to limit COVID-19 exposure. 24 votes

20.34%

No. Schools should have fully in-person classes five days a week, as long as proper safety precautions are being followed (masks, social distancing, temperature checks, etc.). 47 votes

39.83%

Yes. Schools should utilize hybrid learning, but only during spikes in the virus. 13 votes

11.02%

No. Schools should have fully in-person classes five days a week with limited/no precautions. 29 votes

24.58%

Schools should move to fully online classes to limit COVID-19 exposure. 5 votes

4.24%

118 total votes