Meredosia School Board planning split in-class/remote learning schedule

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    The Meredosia-Chambersburg School Board is planning a split between classroom learning and remote learning this fall. The proposed schedule would have students attend Monday through Thursday from 7:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Fridays would be a remote learning day. Administrators said they believe this concept would keep students familiar with the stay-at-home e-learning should the state become lock downed again this fall.
    The school year for students will begin Aug. 20 with the two days prior being used for COVID-19 training days for staff.
    Other social distancing measures will be in effect such as fewer tables in the cafeteria and less desks in the classrooms with 6 feet of space in between. Both front doors and the back door will be utilized for entry into the school. Students will be required to wear face coverings and temperatures will be taken daily. Any students who have a fever will be isolated until a parent or guardian can pick them up.
    The proposed measures are subject to change as the Centers for Disease Control is expected to send out additional guidelines.