District 11 to start school with mostly remote, some hybrid learning

The school year is still set to start Aug. 24.
The WCSD has outlined its plan for COVID-19 and other outbreaks
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Published: Aug. 5, 2020 at 7:10 PM MDT
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - District 11 announced Wednesday it will start the school year off with mostly remote learning and some hybrid scheduling.

The district says this move will target students with the greatest academic need for in-person learning. The remainder of the students will engage in the remote learning platform, Inspire Online.

In a statement released Wednesday, the district says student populations who will need in-person services include those receiving special education support, English language Llarners, TITLE/ Read Act-supported students, and preschool students (who, under current guidance, are classified as essential childcare).

The first day of school is still set to be Aug. 24.

The district also announced that this mostly remote/ some hybrid learning schedule will be used through Oct. 15, when current health data will be reviewed to see if students can return in person.

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