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District Working to Better Understand Stay-at-Home Learning

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The Phelps-Clifton Springs Central School District has been selected to participate in the 2020 Youth Voice Survey to better understand the impact of the school closure through the eyes of students in fourth through twelfth grade.

The data will be used to understand how stay-at-home learning impacts students and how schools might better prepare for the return of students once conditions allow. The survey is sponsored by the Finger Lakes Community Schools, an intermediator between schools and area service agencies. 

Participation is voluntary. Students may respond to any or all of the questions and only those questions they want to answer. The survey is also anonymous. Names and other identifying information will not be recorded. 

Survey results will be used by the District and Finger Lakes Community Schools to plan services for youth.

A copy of the survey is available for review upon request by contacting Michelle Robinette, Director of Curriculum & Instruction, at

To begin the survey, go to