Crew said full-time, in-person learning five days a week will begin March 1 if quarantine numbers remain manageable.
As of the week of Jan. 11-18, there were eight student and four staff cases reported.
Breakfast and lunch will continue to be free for the remainder of the year for all students, Crew said. It’s not necessary to add money to a child’s food account and any balances will automatically roll over to next school year.
“We are looking forward to navigating toward a schedule that is closer to a typical school week for our in-person learning students,” Crew said.