Leon County Schools (LCS), as a part of the reopening schools process, sent out a survey to teachers and principals asking in they felt “safe with school reopening?”
The responses as provide by LCS are shown below.
The information shows that a majority of teachers in only 2 of the 24 elementary schools felt safe with reopening. Only 25% of elementary school principals felt safe with reopening.
In the nine middle schools, a majority of teachers felt safe with reopening at one school – Griffin Middle School. The survey results indicate that 34% of middle school principals felts safe with reopening.
Of the seven high schools, responses showed that 51% of the teachers at Leon High School felt safe. Two schools – Lincoln & Heritage Trail – were split 50-50. And the majority of teachers at Chiles, Godby, SAIL, and Rickards did not feel about the reopening.
The responses of high school principals indicate that 38% felt safe about reopening schools.
Elementary School Responses
Middle School and High School Responses