ASHBURN, Va. - Loudoun County has approved a plan to bring some students back to class as part of a hybrid learning model beginning later this month.
FOX 5's Maureen Umeh reports that the decision was made at a school board meeting Tuesday night.
Grades kindergarten through fifth grade would begin the hybrid model, which would involve students being in the classroom two days a week, on February 16.
Middle and high school students would begin the hybrid plan by March 3.
In December of last year, Loudoun County returned to all virtual learning after a spike in COVID-19 cases.