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School District of Philadelphia planning split schedules, virtual learning this fall

15 Jul 2020 11:28 AM | Travis Oliver (Administrator)

The Philadelphia school district said it plans to resume limited in-person instruction in the fall, with most students in class just two days per week and learning remotely the other three.

The School District of Philadelphia has announced that students will not be in the classroom full-time when the new school year begins.

Instead, the district is planning a split schedule, which includes two days in the classroom and three days of virtual learning.

The district will also be offering a fully virtual program for families that are not comfortable sending their children back to the classroom.

Everyone will be required to wear face coverings or masks, adhere to frequent hand washing, and practice social distancing.

The district is also seeking to change the date for the first day of school for students to Wednesday, September 2, 2020, to allow teachers an additional week to prepare.

They hope for board approval in late July.

https://6abc.com/education/philadelphia-schools-planning-split-schedules-virtual-learning-this-fall/6318124/?fbclid=IwAR3PetO26vgCdnHjm2N-elgZmpR-Zvo2FzO3pBrZEGmGrs88qvg6lqDkKRg


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