More in-person classes for Springfield students scheduled to begin

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Springfield High School students will attend in-person classes four days a week beginning in February.

The decision was made by Springfield Public Schools (SPS) after reviewing COVID-19 health data following winter break.

Wednesdays will be a virtual learning day so classrooms can be disinfected.

SPS said students still have the option of full-time virtual learning. In a few months, the district will reevaluate returning to five days of in-person learning.

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