Springfield school district may allow more in-person classes to certain students

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Springfield Public Schools are considering making adjustments to its in-person learning model.

Currently, students go to in-person classes two days a week or go all virtual.

The learning adjustments go as follows:

  • PreK-Grade 2: Students will return to five days of In-Person learning on Oct. 26.
  • Grades 3-5: Students will return to five days of In-Person learning on Nov. 9.
  • Grades 6-8: Students will return to five days of In-Person learning on Nov. 9.
  • Grades 9-12: The current In-Person model will remain unchanged for the second quarter due to a higher rate of positive COVID-19 cases and greater potential for exposure for secondary students.
  • Virtual Learning: Students learning from home five days a week will continue without changes.

The district says it will make a final decision in the week of Oct. 11. If adjustments are made, they will not go into effect until next semester.

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