Middle school and high school students will continue online through at least Jan. 21. Parents of elementary students can choose between in-person and remote learning.
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All Augusta schools are operating in-person, unless a family has chosen virtual learning.
Since the beginning of the school year, all Cheney students have been learning on-site unless families specifically opt for remote learning.
Renwick continues in-person learning five days a week for all grade levels.
Schools in the diocese are in person for grades K-8. The diocese is working with other schools individually.
Students in the district are following the hybrid plan throughout the remainder of the semester. Families had the option for students to be full remote, which 276 students are currently doing.
Through Jan. 15, students from PreK through 6th grade are learning on-site and 7th through 12th graders are engaged in a hybrid learning model with two days of in-person instruction per week.
Elementary students returned to in-person learning on Jan. 13. Middle and high school students will transition to a hybrid learning model on Jan. 25.
Elementary students K-5 resumed in-person learning and students at the middle school and high school levels transitioned back to a hybrid learning model after Winter Break.
High school students are in a hybrid learning model. All other students are in-person, unless enrolled in remote learning. District officials have yet to announce any changes to Goddard's learning plan.
Starting on Jan. 7, Valley Center's K-5 students will transition from online learning to in-person learning. Middle and high school students will remain online through the rest of the first semester before switching to hybrid learning Jan. 18.
Middle and high school students are currently engaged in a hybrid learning model. Elementary students are still learning in-person five days a week.