Monroe Public Schools splits learning between in-person, remote

As districts map out their reopening plans, Monroe Public Schools says it will split learning between in-person and remote.

News 12 Staff

Aug 11, 2020, 6:40 PM

Updated 1,403 days ago

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As districts map out their reopening plans, Monroe Public Schools says it will split learning between in-person and remote.
Superintendent Joe Kobza says that where a student's last name falls in the alphabet will determine what days they go to school. Students will attend school two days a week, then do mostly remote learning for the rest of the week.
Kobza says the schools and the school system have been diligent about keeping the classrooms clean and ready for students to return.
He says students and teachers will be required to wear a mask and notify the school if they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms before they come into school.
Kobza says it's an important plan and he's giving parents an option.
He says students he spoke to tell him they're excited to come back to school. School is expected to start Sept. 1.
Busing will also be available for students.
 
 


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