KENOSHA — The Kenosha Unified School District has voted to begin the year virtually instead of in-person learning or with a hybrid option.
The decision came after a Tuesday night school board meeting. Many people voiced different opinions about whether to offer in-person classes, begin the year remotely, or start with a mixed option.
After hours of debate and much discussion, the school board voted to begin the year virtually.
No date has been set for when schools would return to in-person learning. The board decided to come up with a plan for when students could return to school at a later date.