Lee County Board of Education’s Hybrid Learning

At their last meeting, the Lee County Board of Education gave their unanimous approval to their latest return to school outline. This latest method continues the remote learning option until this Friday, September 11th, then beginning next Monday on the fourteenth of September, children pre-k thru 7th grade will have the added option of attending classes in school Mondays thru Thursdays. The plan is for older students to have the option of attending classes in person for two days per week.
Brian Austin, Superintendent reminded everyone they are still waiting on the arrival of additional iPads and Chromebooks to arrive after the manufacturer’s delay that forced them to submit another order for the necessary items. As the in class option recommences, reminders for safety precautions will remain in place.
Teachers will still be required to wear face masks if they are within six feet of students. Temperatures will be taken, distancing of a minimum of thirty six inches in the classrooms will be in effect, and of course extra sanitization of all areas will continue to take place. Area schools will continue to work alongside area health departments to ensure the safety of students and staff.

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