A questionnaire was sent to parents on Friday, offering two options. The first is a hybrid model, where a student would spend part of their class time in person and the other half at home.
The second is the online model, which students would continue distance learning from home full time.
Each of the 34 elementary schools will have specific return plans that fit their campus needs.
For those who choose to return, students will go through screenings before coming onto campus and have their temperature checked.
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During Monday’s parent forum, at least two health officials with children in the district said they would send their children back to school.
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