“Thanks to your diligence, we are able to transition to more in-person learning days for the three weeks from Sept. 21 to Oct. 9. We will make a decision about how to proceed after Oct. 9 on Friday, Oct. 2,” the district stated.
The district also wants to remind families and students that with more students coming together, classrooms will have less space to social distance students. They will still be socially-distanced, but there will be less space between students compared to the hybrid model.
Students utilizing virtual learning will remain on the same schedule of Monday through Friday.