Loudoun County Public School students will attend classes and work on schoolwork this fall, but it has not been decided whether education will take place online, in classrooms or both, officials said.
Inspector Eric Williams said that Loudoun schools would be ready to educate students for 2020-2021, and officials made plans for three scenarios about how to carry out instructions after the coronavirus pandemic.
In one scenario, officials plan to return to normal conditions, where schools will be reopened only with direct learning and without physical distance requirements.
Schools can also be reopened with a combination of direct and distance learning with public health mitigation strategies. This second scenario probably means that on certain school days, some students attend classes at school while others participate in distance learning.
Loudoun District schools are also planning a third scenario where schools will not be reopened, and distance learning will continue into the fall.
That CDC released the guide on Wednesday shows that schools remain closed through the first phase of reopening and use social distance at least through stage three, which can begin after at least four weeks the number of cases decreases.
Decisions about how to reopen schools will be based on conditions, not time, Williams said. The school board is also waiting for more guidance from the state about the best way to keep students safe.
Williams said where Virginia as a whole stands on the reopening plan will be a big influence on the Loudoun County Public Schools track.
The next step for Loudoun County School is to solicit feedback from parents, employees and community groups in June. Parents and students can expect updates on the reopening plan at the end of June.
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