UPDATE 8:20 p.m.: In a bit of a swerve, the Lynchburg School Board remained in-session and ultimately decided to vote on Option One of their back-to-school plan.
The Board passed Option 1 in a vote of 7-2.
Option 1 consists of the following:
- PreK through Grade 5 will attend classes in-person two days a week beginning Aug. 24. (either Tuesday/Wednesday or Thursday/Friday
- Grades 6 through 12 will participate in remote learning beginning Aug. 24 before transitioning to in-person learning two days a week beginning Sept. 8. (either Tuesday/Wednesday or Thursday/Friday
All students will be required to wear face coverings while attending in-person classes.
Parent have the option of 100% online learning for students.
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LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) – In a meeting Tuesday night, the Lynchburg School Board has announced they are delaying a vote on back to school options for students.
A survey out for parents to take remains open for the Board to gather thoughts from those in the community to give their thoughts and opinions on the different plans, which are outlined below in a Facebook post from Lynchburg City Schools.
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