Boardman School District gives parents 2 learning options for their children this fall

Coronavirus

Necessary building-specific changes and curriculum adjustments will begin in August to prepare for these two learning options

Boardman High School

BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) – Boardman parents will be able to choose one of two learning options for their children this fall.

The first option is an every day, in-person learning model.

If students will be attending class in person, they — and staff members — will be required to wear a face covering. Exceptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

In the school buildings, social distancing will be maintained when practical.

The second option parents can choose for their child is a remote learn-from-home model. Parents must fill out a registration form by Friday, July 31 if this is the option they want for their child.

Students learning from home will still be able to participate in extra-curricular activities (activities that meet after school and participants do not receive a grade for).

Necessary building-specific changes and curriculum adjustments will begin in August to prepare for these two learning options. There will also be professional development for staff.

The start of the school year for students will be delayed by two weeks. The first day of school will now be Monday, September 14.

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