District officials say the hybrid model – with two days of in-person instruction and three days of virtual learning – will continue through the end of the semester.
BOISE, Idaho — The Boise School District will continue moving forward with its phased plan to bring students back to the classroom in person, even as health officials say Ada County will likely move into the “red” category of coronavirus infection rates.
Previously, Central District Health had recommended that schools opt for remote learning over in-person instruction while in the “red” or Category 3 level.
But CDH officials said Friday morning during the Boise School District’s board meeting that they support Boise schools continuing to allow students back into the classroom.
CDH Program Manager Gina Pannell said that teachers and staff in the Boise School District have done “an incredible job” so far keeping kids distanced and enforcing mask-wearing and other safety