While schools must notify families of COVID-19 cases, the state says it would violate privacy laws by releasing that data.
Red Clay Consolidated School District’s hybrid reopening plans continue to vex parents and that could lead to changes in the coming weeks.
Since the district announced its hybrid model about a week ago, outcry from dissatisfied parents has pushed the board to schedule an emergency board meeting on Oct. 15. While no agenda has been posted, board members say the intention is to vote on the hybrid plan. Before, the district had released the plan without seeking board approval.
However, the deadline for parents deciding between in-person or virtual learning is this Friday, meaning parents must make a decision before the board officially votes on the plan.
DATABASE: Help The News Journal track COVID-19 in Delaware schools
“Schools will reach out to families who have not enrolled in