As we continue to communicate with the Jackson County Health department, and in alignment with their school opening gating criteria, we are currently providing in-person learning for K-8th grade students who chose the blending learning options.
This means, those students transitioned from distance learning to attend school in-person two days a week and virtually three days a week. Under this scenario, students would have A days and B days. Some students would attend in-person classes on A days, while others would learn remotely. The roles would flip on B days. This scenario involves enhanced cleaning protocols, physical distancing, adjustments to how students enter and exit buildings and changes to transitions between classrooms.