TOPEKA, KS (KCTV) — The Kansas Board of Training will focus on on Tuesday its official suggestions to reopen colleges.
Many districts within the Kansas Metropolis space are nonetheless planning to return to high school subsequent month, however some have moved the instructor in-service days on-line for security.
At the least for right this moment, Shawnee Mission South seniors is not going to be on the faculty for commencement Tuesday night time as deliberate. All ceremonies for the district are going to be digital this summer time.
As for lessons, faculty officers are drafting choices for continued e-learning or in-person schooling.
Kansas Commissioner of Training Dr. Randy Watson has been optimistic college students will return in some method this fall. He and a activity drive have been working for months on a steering doc.
Whereas many metro colleges are nonetheless making an attempt to formulate their re-opening plans for the upcoming fall semester, there’s a risk many will stay no less than partially on-line, troubling information for households challenged by on-line studying.
An unapproved draft was launched. It stated folks should wash their fingers each hour, maintain social distancing and college students in center and highschool ought to put on masks.
The board assembly is 2 days lengthy. They’ll hear the plan Tuesday and vote to take motion Wednesday, based on the agenda.
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