All of Haysville’s middle and high school students will be online through at least Jan. 21. Parents of elementary students can choose between online and face-to-face learning.
The Haysville school board voted unanimously to start the school year with all levels in a parent choice/hybrid model with the understanding that all students may have to transition online depending on Sedgwick County’s COVID-19 numbers.
With Sedgwick County cases spiking, the school board voted on Nov. 9 to transition all middle and high school students to an online-only learning format, which will be reevaluated after the second nine weeks.
The board voted to allow winter sports and other extracurricular activities to continue as long as fans are not in attendance.