PITTSBURGH — School districts around the region continue changing their daily instruction plans as the coronavirus pandemic remains a fluid situation in many areas.
The Woodland Hills School District plans to have students back in the classroom in March, according to our partners at TribLive.com. Students will return to the classroom in a hybrid format with start dates staggered by grade.
Students will have the option to continue virtual schooling or participate in the hybrid model. The hybrid model students will attend classes in-person two days per week. Wednesdays will remain a remote learning day for everyone in the district to allow custodial staff to deep clean school buildings.
Officials in the Butler Area School District said the area is now in the moderate range for COVID-19 community spread for the second week in a row. Therefore, the district will allow students back in the classroom.
Elementary students through grade 6 will be able to attend school in-person five days per week starting Monday, Feb. 22. Grades 7 through 12 will be in the classroom four days per week with Fridays being remote learning days starting Wednesday, Feb. 24.
Starting Monday, March 1, all students in the North Hills School District will have the option to attend classes in-person four days per week. Wednesday will remain a virtual schooling day for all students.
Families are asked to fill out this survey by Monday, Feb. 22, for each student in the district.
Students will also have the option to continue learning remotely.
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