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Jefferson Science Magnet School to reopen as overflow to create more space in Norwalk SD

Norwalk school administrators have come up with a creative solution to create more space in the district's classrooms.

News 12 Staff

Aug 18, 2020, 9:08 PM

Updated 1,399 days ago

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Norwalk school administrators have come up with a creative solution to create more space in the district's classrooms.
Students will be returning for a five-day a week, in-person learning model.
The Jefferson Science Magnet School was scheduled to close in preparation for its upcoming renovations in January, but the classroom doors will remain open this fall.
The school will be used as an overflow to make social distancing easier for students and faculty.
Nearly 300 fourth and fifth graders from across Norwalk are already expected to attend Jefferson Science Magnet School in September.
Norwalk Middle School and High School students will be participating in a hybrid model come September.


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