The Bethel School District recently sent out a survey to families about distance learning. School officials plan to use the feedback to adjust programs to better meet student needs. About half of families with children in the district answered the survey and the Superintendent has posted aggregate data for elementary and secondary schools on their website. Parents were asked if their child needed more direct support, academically or for social-emotional well-being. Some parents did indicated it was needed, and are encouraged to reach out to the principal, who can work to organize that assistance.