The Wauwatosa School District has released its reopening plan for the 2020-2021 school year, opting for full-time in-person learning.
The district announced on its website that it intends to have full-time in-person learning to start off the school year. The district said if COVID-19 cases became present in schools, the district could move to a hybrid model to decrease class sizes, including an in-person learning 2 days a week/virtual learning 3 days a week model.
Virtual learning would be available for short-term and long-term closures, as well as for families who did not feel comfortable sending their children to school.
While plans are still being finalized, the district said operations are expected to change, such as no vistors or volunteers allowed into schools and everyone going into a school building must wear a mask. A final decision on masks will be made before the first day of school.
To read more about the district's plan, click here.