SPRINGPORT, Mich. — Springport Public Schools is still sorting its back to learning plan.
Monday night, the school board rejected a proposal with in-person and online options during a special meeting.
Superintendent Bob Cassiday told FOX 47 the goal was to have students in the building five days a week, but it wasn’t feasible for Springport High School.
Now, he is proposing high school students attend in-person classes with virtual learning on Wednesdays.
Elementary students would attend classes five days a week. Cassiday said dedicated teachers will handle instruction for elementary students who are enrolled in online learning.
The board will meet Wednesday to decide on this plan during a special meeting.
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