Loudoun County school board approves hybrid learning model for nearly 7,000 students

The Loudoun County Public Schools school board approved a motion Tuesday that will allow nearly 7,000 students to start a hybrid learning model in late October. 

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School officials say kindergarten, first and second graders will attend two days of in-person instruction starting on Oct. 27. 

FOX 5 has learned that the students selected are from families who originally chose the hybrid learning when surveyed over the summer.