Owensboro Public Schools To Return to In-Person Learning October 12th

The school district will utilize the "A/B Hybrid Model" from the school's reopening plan.

Posted: Sep 17, 2020 8:51 AM
Updated: Sep 17, 2020 4:22 PM

Another western Kentucky school district will return to some form of in-person instruction in October.

Owensboro Public Schools have announced that they will have in-person learning, starting on Monday, Oct. 12.

In a letter sent to parents on Sept. 17, the school district said it would enact its original "A/B" Hybrid Learning plan. This will have one set of students learn in class, while the other group learns online to start a week, and then flip the groups for the second half of the week.

Students in the "A" group will be in-person on Monday and Tuesday, online learning Thursday and Friday. Students in the "B" group will be online Monday and Tuesday, with in-person classes on Thursday and Friday.

Wednesday will be reserved for cleaning of the school buildings, teacher planning, and students to complete assignments.

Students who started the year in the Virtual Academy will finish the semester completely online.

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