The Kenosha Unified School District will have both in-person and virtual learning options for the upcoming school year.
The district had initially said it planned to start the school year virtually but has since changed it to the hybrid model.
Its "Return 2020" plan discusses steps the district is taking for students returning to school and those staying at home.
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In the plan, it says students and staff returning to school will be required to wear a face-covering.
Students learning remotely will also be given access to a district-issued device and access to internet, either in their own home or through a district-issued hotspot.
To view the entire plan, click here.
School for students at KUSD will begin on Sept. 14.