Indian River School parents have the option to switch to hybrid learning

DELAWARE-

Indian River School parents now have the option to switch their kids from complete “remote” learning to “hybrid” learning.

Hybrid learning is a mix of both– with the two groups attending two days a week in person with three days a week at home.
The two groups would rotate days of the week.
Schools will make continue to follow social distancing guidelines by providing distance between each student of about three feet.

David Maull, Public Information Officer of Indian River Schools tells 47ABC,
“Currently with our numbers we have 7300 students, a little more in the hybrid, and then another a little over 3400 that are choosing to participate remotely full time.”

Indian River School parents need to check to see if their specific school has this capability and option available.
Not every school does.
Parents have until Wednesday, February 23rd to contact their school administrators should they want to make the hybrid transition.

 

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