SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — In a letter sent to parents, the Syracuse City School District announced its plan to begin bringing kids back to the classroom for in-person learning on October 5.
The plan gives grades kindergarten through eighth an opportunity for in-person learning two days a week, and online learning for three days. Students grades nine through 12 will be in-person for one day a week, and learn virtually for the other four days.
Parents will have the option to keep their kids on a virtual learning model.
Masks, social distancing, and health screenings are all part of the return to the classroom.
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