ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) – Southwest Allen County Schools announced parts of their plan for a return to school, and the school board passed it unanimously.
The district will offer a virtual classroom option. For elementary level students, it will resemble the previous e-learning system. However, for secondary level students, a virtual school is being created. According to Superintendent Dr. Phil Downs it will have more structured.
When a student selects at home learning or in-person learning, they will have to commit to that format for at least one semester.
For lunch periods, students will be assigned seats and the majority of the food served will be pre-wrapped.
The current online calendar for the school reads that students will return on Aug. 5.
The district said they plan to release more information about the reopening plan in the coming days.