Reopening K-12 schools mixes rigidity with flexibility
Cheney and Medical Lake using community surveys as first step in resuming some in-person instruction this fall
Last updated 6/18/2020 at 10:40am
WEST PLAINS – School districts in Washington finally received some guidance on resuming in-person operations this fall with the release of the state’s “Reopening Washington Schools 2020: District Planning Guide” on June 11.
The guidelines are a mixture of rigidity and flexibility, but are focused on one single goal expressed by state K-12 Superintendent for Public Instruction Chris Reykdal in his letter at the beginning of the report.
“To be very clear, it is my expectation that schools will open this fall for in-person instruction,” Reykdal wrote.
How that will look is left in...