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Leominster School Committee approves hybrid learning model to begin Nov. 9, students can also choose remain remote

The Leominster School Committee approved plans Monday night for a hybrid learning model within its district.

The unanimous vote grants students the opportunity to opt out of the current remote model and into the hybrid model if they’d like. Others, preferring remote learning can remain on that path. Students who switch to hybrid can return to fully remote if necessary.

The vote applies to students in kindergarten through eighth grade and is set to begin on Nov. 9. Students who participate in hybrid learning will have in-person classes either Monday and Tuesday or Thursday and Friday. All students will practice remote learning on Wednesday.

Students in ninth grade will have a combination of a two-week period involving remote and in-person learning. Grades 10 through 12 will continue learning remote with a gradual return to the classroom.

In-person classes will not exceed 16 students to ensure each one is at least

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Enfield Schools to Remain In Hybrid Model Until Nov. 9

ENFIELD, CT — The first in-person meeting of the Enfield Board of Education in more than six months resulted in the extension of the current hybrid model learning plan until Nov. 9.

Under the current plan, students attend school in person two days per week, and have remote learning three days a week. The school board had established Oct. 2 as its date to evaluate the conditions of the coronavirus pandemic, with hopes of returning to full-time in-person classes Oct. 19.

While the hybrid plan has been extended for three additional weeks, parents who initially opted for full remote learning for their children but wish to place them into the hybrid program may do so on the original Oct. 19 date by reaching out to their child’s grade level dean and guidance counselor.

The full remote option will be available for families for the entire 2020-21 academic year, Superintendent of

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