Indian River School District board approves revised hybrid learning schedule

SELBYVILLE, Del. – The Indian River Board of Education announced on Thursday that it has approved a revised hybrid learning schedule that will allow high school students to begin receiving in-person instruction at their schools earlier than what was previously planned.

Under the revised schedule, hybrid students in grade 9 will begin in-person instruction at their high schools the week of October 26th. Students in grades 10 through 12 will begin receiving in-person instruction the week of November 9th.

We’re told high school students will be division into two cohort and will attend school in-person two days per week. Students in Cohort A will attend school in person on Monday and Tuesday and learn remotely the other three days, while students in Cohort B will learn remotely Monday through Wednesday and attend school on Thursday and Friday.

Students will receive their class schedules and cohort assignments from their schools. Instruction schedules will remain the same for students participating in the remote learning model for the remainder of the first marking period.

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