Hillsboro County, Florida, the eighth largest district in the country, will announce its decision on August 3. His school board had previously rejected a virtual education plan for the first nine weeks of school.
That’s how other large school districts plan to reopen as of Thursday, battling the Kovid-19 pandemic.
Students will be required to practice social distancing and wear facial coverings. There will be “expanded access and regular opportunities for hand washing and sanitation.”
Families can also choose the instructions used on the Internet.
Only on the Internet
Some districts that chose full digital instruction, including Clark County, Nevada and Gwyneth County, Georgia, said they would periodically review their decision when assessing the spread of the virus in their communities.
At least three of them – Palm Beach County, Florida, Houston and Gwyneth County – have pushed for a scheduled start date so they can better prepare for digital data-only instructions.
Here are 10 districts that offer only online:
Los Angeles Unified – The district canceled its initial decision to offer a hybrid model.
Clark County, Nevada
Broward County, Florida
Houston Independent School District – The district is online only until October 19.
Palm Beach County, Florida
Fairfax County, Virginia
Gwyneth County, Georgia – Gwinnett has reversed its initial decision to offer either / or.
Wake County, North Carolina
Montgomery County, Maryland – Only on the Internet for the entire fall semester, at least until January 29, 2021.
This report will be updated when school district plans change.
Elizabeth Stewart made this report.