BPS is considering setting up an online-only school for the coming school year, and is asking parents if they'd be interested in that.
The survey does not specify which grades BPS is looking at, but parents are asked what grades their kids are currently in.
Students will receive a computer and internet, if needed, in order to engage with their lessons, projects, peers, and teachers. There may be some opportunities for in-person engagement with classmates, either for special occasions, specific projects, or extracurricular activities.
BPS cautions that an online-only school would require approval of state educational officials - and adds that answering the survey will not affect students' positions at their current schools.