DC schools prepare for in-person learning

D.C. Public Schools are gearing up to begin limited in-person learning.

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Administrators will notify parents by email and phone call Friday if their students are selected for an in-person seat. The goal is to resume some of those in-person classes on November 9.

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Options will include in-person instruction classrooms where the daily schedule will be similar to a typical school day. A second option, for "Student CARE Classrooms," will involve a staff member monitoring and advising students as they complete their virtual assignments in a classroom setting.

Approximately 9,000 students will continue on option three, a continuation of virtual learning home.


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