HARRISVILLE, N.Y. (WWTI) — The Harrisville School District has released updates to their in-person instruction model.
The Harrisville Central School District recently held meetings with their Re-Opening Committee to revise their original reopening plan for the 2020-2021 school year. Updates and changes officially went into effect on October 19.
According to HCSD, starting this week, students in grades nine through twelve will attend in-person instruction on four days, compared to the previous three. For all students, the district also eliminated all live zoom lessons on in-person instruction days, virtual options for absent students as well, as leaving zoom lessons on virtual days up to the teacher discretion.
Additional changes for grades nine through twelve include:
- Conducting attendance in the morning and afternoon on remote instruction days; Wednesday
- Students who attend the Tech Center and are failing any course at one of the 5-Week Progress intervals will be required to attend both Harrisville Central School and the Tech Center for in-person instruction
Changes for special education students include:
- The option of attending in-person instruction five days a week
- Each student will be assigned designated times to meet with teachers on scheduled virtual days
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