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Here are the reopening plans for school districts in SE Wisconsin

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Posted at 5:56 AM, Aug 31, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-31 06:56:28-04

WISCONSIN — As back to school season gears up, school districts are releasing their reopening plans amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Here are reopening plans listed for districts in southeast Wisconsin:

Kenosha County:

Central/Westosha UHS

Students at Central/Westosha High School will be able to choose between virtual learning and in-person learning.

To learn more, click here.

Kenosha Schools

Kenosha will be offering virtual learning as well as in-person learning this fall.

Click here to read more about the Kenosha options.

Randall Schools

Just like Kenosha, Randall schools have a virtual option and in-person option for classes this fall.

For more information, click here.

Salem Schools

Salem Schools are offering three options for students. The options are virtual, in-person, and hybrid which is a mix of in-person classes and online.

Click here to learn more.

Silver Lake Schools

Students at Silver Lake schools will have two options for learning this fall. Those options are full virtual and in-person classes.

To learn more, click here.

Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated

Students at Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated will be able to choose between virtual learning and in-person learning this fall.

You can read more about the options here.

Twin Lakes Schools

Twin Lakes Schools are offering three options for returning to school this fall. The first is an online option, and then they also have a hybrid and in-person option.

For more information, click here.

Wheatland Schools

Wheatland schools are offering two hybrid options for students, in addition to an all virtual option.

One hybrid option has students going to school 4 days a week with one day online, and the other opiton has students going 2 days a week with the rest of the week online.

To read more about the options, click here.

Wilmot Schools

Wilmot Schools have three options for students: Virtual, in-person, and hybrid.

Milwaukee County:

Brown Deer Schools

During phase one of Brown Deer School District's back to school plan, all students will take part in virtual learning. However, if the district hits phase two, things get a little more confusing.

During phase two, all students would switch to hybrid learning except for grades 7, 8, 10, 11, and 12, which would remain 100% virtual. Students not in those grades can also choose to remain virtual if they'd like, but they do have the option of being hybrid.

Finally, in phase 3, all grades would be given the option to do hybrid learning or virtual.

You can read the complete back to school plan here.

Cudahy Schools

The Cudahy School District has given parents and students two options to choose from when it comes to back to school plans. The first option is an in-person learning model with remote/blended learning as needed to maintain safety measures. The other option is a fully virtual option.

For the full plan, click here.

Fox Point/Bayside Schools

Fox Point/Bayside schools have taken a hybrid approach. Every student will attend school in-person two days a week, and attend virtually two days a week. Which two days are virtual and which are in-person is based on students' last names.

Students in 4K or 5K will attend school four days a week.

Click here for the full plan.

Franklin Schools

Franklin Schools will return to in-person classes. However, the school is prepared to switch to online or hybrid if needed.

You can find the full plan here.

Glendale-River Hills Schools

Students in Glendale and River Hills schools will begin the year virtually. Should the pandemic improve and allow students to return, the schools will reassess.

Click here for the full plan from the schools.

Greendale Schools

Greendale schools will begin the year in-person. However, parents and students are being given the option of going online if families are uncomfortable sending their children to school.

You can find the full plan here.

Greenfield Schools

Greenfield schools will start the year virtually. As the year goes on, officials will track the COVID-19 pandemic and reassess plans.

Find the full plan here.

Milwaukee Public Schools

The Milwaukee Public School District approved a plan last month that has students beginning the school year virtually. State and school officials will monitor the virus and cases in Wisconsin.

If there is enough improvement within the state, MPS will move into phase two of their plan which is hybrid classes. Some would be online and some would be in person.

Finally, if officials feel it is safe to do so at some point, the district will move into their third and final phase which would be 100% in-person classes.

You can read the complete back to school plan from MPS here.

Nicolet Schools

All Nicolet schools will begin the year online with hopes of progressing to in-person as the year goes on. They have a phased approach that will allow students to go from phase to phase, as the pandemic allows.

Phase one is entirely virtual. The second phase would split the classes in half, allowing half to come to school on certain days, while the other half is online. Then, they will switch.

Finally, phase three would allow all students to return to in-person learning.

You can read the full plan from Nicolet schools here.

Oak Creek-Franklin Joint Schools

All Oak Creek-Franklin Joint schools will begin the year virtually. You can read their plan here.

Shorewood Schools

Students in Shorewoods schools will begin online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can read the full plan here.

South Milwaukee Schools

At the start of the school year, all South Milwaukee students will begin virtually. Click here for the plan from South Milwaukee Schools.

St. Francis Schools

St. Francis students will begin the year virtually. Click here for the plan.

Wauwatosa Schools

Wauwatosa Schools have two options for families when it comes to going back to school. One option is the totally virtual option which enrolls students in virtual learning for the whole year.

The other option is a phased option which will allow students to transition to in-person throughout the year. The first phase is virtual learning followed by hybrid learning and eventually fully in-person learning.

To read the full plan from Wauwatosa schools, click here.

West Allis-West Milwaukee

All West Allis-West Milwaukee schools are giving parents options when it comes to deciding how their child attends school this year. However, when the year starts, all students will be virtual.

As the year goes on, the school will regularly reassess and implement a phased approach to getting kinds back in the classroom.

You can find that plan here.

Whitefish Bay Schools

Whitefish Bay students will be heading back to school with a hybrid approach. The student population will be split in half with half the students going to school two days a week, and the other half going on a different two days.

The school will be split based on students' names.

You can find the full plan here.

Whitnall Schools

Whitnall students will begin the school year in person. However, parents were given the opportunity to enroll their child in virtual learning if they were uncomfortable with in-person learning.

To read the full plan from Whitnall schools, click here.

Ozaukee County:

Cedarburg Schools

Cedarburg students have two options this school year. They can either opt to take part in virtual learning at home all year, or they can choose in-person learning five-days a week.

Click here for the full plan.

Grafton Schools

Grafton Schools are giving students and families two options: in person or online learning.

For the full plan, click here.

Mequon-Thiensville Schools

Students at Mequon-Thiensville schools will start the year virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To learn more, click here.

Northern Ozaukee Schools

Schools in northern Ozaukee are offering two options for back to school plans. The first option is totally in-person learning. The other option is 100% virtual learning.

To learn more about the plans and options, click here.

Port Washington - Saukville

Port Washington - Saukville schools are taking a phased approach to reopening this year. There are four phases beginning with virtual learning and ending with in-person.

Phase one has students taking all online classes. From there, phase two has students attending school in cohorts meaning some days online and some in person.

The third phase has students in school four days a week with one day online. Finally, the last approach has students coming to school in-person five days a week.

To read the full plan, click here.

Racine County

Burlington Area Schools

Students within the Burlington School System will be able to choose between an online option or a hybrid option that offers both in-person and virtual classes.

To learn more, click here.

Norway J7 School

Students at the Drought School will be starting the year in person. However, the staff and administration have plans in place for virtual learning and hybrid learning if they are needed.

Click here to learn more.

Racine Unified Schools

Racine Unified students will be starting the year virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

For more information from the school, click here.

Raymond Schools

Raymond Schools will be starting the year with a mix of virtual and in-person learning.

Click here to learn more.

Union Grove Elementary School

Students at Union Grove Elementary will be given two options when returning to school. The first option is a totally virtual option and the other is 100% in-person option.

To learn more, click here.

Union Grove High School

Union Grove High School students will begin the year in-person with safety precautions in place.

To learn more about the plan, head to the Union Grove High School website.

Washington-Caldwell Schools

Students at Washington-Caldwell schools will be able to choose between online classes and in-person classes this year.

To review the options in full detail, click here.

Sheboygan County

Cedar Grove-Belgium Area Schools

There are two options being offered at Cedar Grove-Belgium Area schools. The first is an in-person option and the other is a totally virtual option.

To learn more, click here.

Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Schools

Students can choose between online learning and in-person learning at Elkhart Lake - Glenbeaulah schools.

For more information, click here.

Howards Grove Schools

Howards Grove Schools are allowing their students to choose between online learning and in-person learning this school year.

To learn more about the Howards Grove plan, click here.

Kohler Schools

Kohler High School will begin their year with a hybrid approach. Meaning, some classes will be online and some in person.

The Kohler elementary school and middle school will begin the year in person.

For more information on the back to school plan in Kohler, click here.

Oostburg Schools

All Oostburg schools will start in person this fall. For more information, click here.

Plymouth Schools

Students at Plymouth Schools will have two options when returning to school. The first option is a totally virtual option with no in-person learning.

The other option is a hybrid approach with students attending school some days and not on others. However, middle schoolers and elementary schoolers would attend school every day with safety precautions in place.

For more information, click here.

Random Lake Schools

Students can choose between attending school in person, or online this fall.

Learn more here.

Sheboygan Area Schools

All students will return to school with a hybrid approach. Meaning, some schools would be online and some would be in person.

Read the full plan here.

Sheboygan Falls Schools

Students can choose between attending school in person, or online this fall.

You can find all the details here.

Washington County:

Germantown Schools

Schools in Germantown are giving their students two options this school year. The first is a totally online option in which students wouldn't take part in any in-person learning.

The other option is an in-person model that has students attending school two days a week with the other two days virtual.

To learn more about this plan, click here.

Hartford JT1 Schools

Hartford JT1 is offering families four different options for learning this year. Two are virtual, and two feature some in-person learning.

The virtual options are either online at your own pace, or online but instructor guided.

The virtual options are a fully online option and a hybrid option that features some online learning.

For more information, read the full plan here.

Hartford UHS Schools

Students at Hartford UHS schools can choose between two options this school year. Those options are online learning or in-person learning.

Learn more here.

Holy Hill Area Schools

Holy Hill Area Schools are offering two options to students for the upcoming school year. The options are totally virtual learning, and in-person learning.

For more information, click here.

Kewaskum Schools

Like many other schools, Kewaskum schools are giving their students a choice between going to school online and attending in-person.

Click here to read the full plan.

Slinger Schools

Three options for learning are available at Slinger Schools. Those options are in person, online, and hybrid.

To learn more about each option, click here.

West Bend Schools

Schools in West Bend have three options for heading back to school. The first is their traditional in-person instruction, then their virtual instruction, and finally a hybrid instruction.

For information on each option, click here.

Waukesha County

Arrowhead UHS Schools

Arrowhead UHS schools are giving students two options when heading back to school. Students and families can either choose an all virtual option with no in-person classes, or an entirely in-person option.

To read the full plan, click here.

Elmbrook Schools

Elmbrook schools are also giving students a choice between online classes and in-person classes.

You can find the full plan here.

Hamilton Schools

Students at Hamilton schools will either be attending virtual school or in-person classes. Parents and students can choose which they prefer.

For the full plan, click here.

Hartland-Lakeside J3 Schools

Students at Hartland-Lakeside J3 schools have three options for returning this fall. The options are in-person classes, virtual classes, and blended which features both online and in-person classes.

Click here for the plan.

Kettle Moraine Schools

Kettle Moraine Schools are offering two options. The first is totally virtual, and the second is in-person classes.

You can find all the details here.

Lake Country Schools

Students at Lake Country Schools have three options for returning to school. Those options are virtual, in-person, and blended.

Learn more about each option here.

Menomonee Falls Schools

Students can choose between all virtual classes with Menomonee Falls or a blended option that features some virtual schooling and some in person.

For the full details, click here.

Merton Community Schools

Like many other schools, Merton Community Schools is offering two options for back to school. One is a totally virtual option and the other is in-person.

For more details, click here.

Mukwonago Schools

Two options are available for Mukwonago students. The options are entirely in-person classes or all virtual classes.

To learn more, click here.

Muskego-Norway Schools

Muskego-Norway schools are offering both an in-person option and an all virtual option for their students.

If you want to learn more, click here.

New Berlin Schools

Similar to Muskego and Mukwonago, New Berlin schools are offering students two options when heading back to school. Those options are an entirely virtual option and a traditional in-person option.

To read more about the options, click here.

Norris Academy

Norris Academy will be using a fully virtual option for all students.

To learn more, click here.

North Lake Schools

North Lake Schools will be using an in-person method. You can read more about their classes here.

Oconomowoc Area Schools

Students at Oconomowoc Schools will be able to choose between online classes and in-person for this school year.

Click here for more information.

Pewaukee Schools

Pewaukee Schools are giving students a choice between an all virtual option and an in-person/hybrid option.

Under the in-person/hybrid option, students will take a phased approach when heading back to school. The first phase starts totally in person with students slowly returning to school.

The phases vary based on education level, so click here to learn more.

Richmond Schools

Richmond schools are giving students the choice between all virtual and entirely in-person.

For more information, click here.

Stone Bank Schools

Stone Bank schools have three options set up for their students. Those options are virtual, hybrid, or in-person.

Click here to learn more.

Waukesha Schools

All middle school and high school students in Waukesha will take part in a hybrid option featuring some in-person and some online courses.

Students in 4K or 5K will be able to choose between online and in-person classes.

You can find the full details here.

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