Parents and guardians in the Seneca Valley School District are overwhelmingly in favor of sending their kids back to school for in-person classes this fall.
The district released results of a recent survey that showed over 75 percent of those who responded wanted face-to-face classes for students this year.
Parents also said their chief concern this upcoming year is students falling behind academically.
Seneca Valley said they’re factoring in results of this survey along with guidance from state and federal agencies into their reopening plan for this fall.
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