KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.- Klamath County School District is also preparing to bring back its students back into the classroom. All students will be able to start hybrid learning on November 16. Students will be able to attend in-class learning two days a week for the full day and work online for the remainder of the school week.
The School District is expecting nearly 73 hundred students to return for in class learning. Edgenuity, is a fully online program for students that are not comfortable returning back to the classroom. District teachers are helping run the course for those students.
With all students being able to return back to in class learning for the Klamath County School District, middle and high school will be different. Switching class to class for different subjects will no longer be allowed, teachers will be moving classroom to classroom instead of students.
The Klamath County School District superintendent Glen Szymoniak, said that they do not want to close down the school if students and staff are not following guidelines. The School District is heavily enforcing the use of face masks and social distancing while on school grounds.
Schools will be split up into A and B schedules, the School District is working on making sure that all students are caught up from last year. The School District also says that they will be sending out schedules this week to students and families, letting them know what days students will be in class.