Southeast Polk School District to continue with hybrid learning model

The Southeast Polk School Board voted Thursday night to continue the district's in-person and remote-learning hybrid model until October 30th.

The district started classes on Aug. 24th, alternating between in-person and remote learning.

You can read the full release from the Southeast Polk School District below:

At the September 17 Southeast Polk School Board meeting, the board approved to continue on the same learning path that we have been using since the beginning of the school year until October 30, 2020. This learning path, Hybrid 2, utilizes the A/B schedule.

Families that have opted for the Remote (All Online) option will continue on the Remote learning path. If you would like to opt in to the Remote (All Online) option, you may do so by contacting your building principal. 

As always, our goal is to provide our students with a quality education in a safe environment. At this time, Hybrid 2 allows us to achieve this goal. All of us want to get all of our students safely back in the buildings for face-to-face learning as soon as possible. We thank all of our parents that shared their thoughts and concerns with us and we recognize that continuing on this learning path does cause challenges for some of our families. We will continue to evaluate our circumstances and adjust accordingly.

Thanks for your patience and understanding as we continue to move forward in these new and unknown situations. 

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