EATON COUNTY, Mich. — Eaton Rapids joins other districts like Charlotte, Grand Ledge, and Potterville in offering virtual learning for students who don’t want face-to-face instruction.
The school board gave tentative approval for what they call a blended learning plan, offering both online learning and face-to-face instruction for the Fall 2020 semester.
The district superintendent says he thinks only 20% of students will choose to learn remotely.
According to Eaton Rapids, students opting out for the in-person plan will be divided into 2 groups and each group will go into the building two days a week.
One day a week will be dedicated to cleaning the schools.
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