Saline Area Schools plans to offer hybrid and remote learning options in the fall in addition to full-time, in-person instruction.
The hybrid option will allow students to learn from home but also attend school a couple of days a week in-person. Students can also choose to fully learn online or in school. Superintendent Scot Graden says the district is happy to offer options but will ask parents to commit to what they choose.
Superintendent Scot Graden: So, there will be maybe checkpoints where they can change the option, but the free flow in-and-out of these types of flexible options really is something that we’re not sure that we can accommodate that.
Graden says social distancing guidelines that will impact classroom set-ups will make it difficult for the district to accommodate multiple changes.
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