The Charles County school board will vote Monday on a plan to bring back the remaining students who have opted for in-person learning on April 19.
Superintendent Kimberly Hill has recommended that the board approve the plan.
About the 8,000 students who have opted for in-person learning would attend classrooms Mondays and Tuesdays; the other half, Thursday and Fridays. Wednesday would be devoted to asynchronous education.
Phase Two students, including special education students and English-language learners, are set to go back to school March 22 for four days a week.
The meeting will be held in person Monday at 6 p.m. at the Jesse L. Starkey Administration Building. The meeting will begin with a public forum for comments; you need to register online by noon Friday to participate.
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