After seeing results from their survey, Minot Public School officials say they’re one step closer to making a decision.
The district surveyed parents and staff to see what their thoughts are on going back to school.
They were given three models: distance learning, in-person or a hybrid option that would combine the two.
“The number one first choice at 52 percent was to be face to face in person. And I believe that is what our staff also wants. So those correlate. I think it is a matter of what kind of safety measures and security are going to be in place,” said Kim Slotsve, Assistant Superintendent.
Slotsve says the district could possibly have a decision as early as this coming Monday.
Below are the results of the survey: