Some local school districts are asking for input from parents on how to return to class for the 2020-2021 school year.
Orcutt Unified sent out a short survey to parents to get a better understanding of how comfortable they would be sending their kids back to school.
The survey asks if they would prefer a blended approach where online learning and in-school classes would take place.
District officials say the goal is to form multiple plans and be prepared for where the state is at the start of school.
“We're most likely going to be working on less money and some of the things that having it (school) safe might require like smaller classes, fewer students on the bus, those are all things that would require money, so we need this information in order to help us plan so we can do this within the fiscal restraints in which we'll be working,” Superintendent Debbie Blow told KSBY News.
Lompoc Unified has also created a parent survey for the 2020-2021 school year.
It's accessible through the district's website.