The School District of Menomonee Falls discussed plans Monday night for reopening schools in the fall.
The current drafted plan has students attending face-to-face instruction, five days a week.
The vote will take place on July 27. The school district claims the plan will maximize physical, face-to-face instruction with actions intended to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
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Additionally, the school district says it is re-evaluating school transportation capacity, ideally creating bus routes with space between riders and a maximum of two students per seat.
Drivers and students will be encouraged or required to wear face masks, and parents are encouraged to drive students themselves whenever possible.