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By John McCallum
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Cheney schools return to full time

School board approves plan to bring back secondary students beginning April 19

 

Last updated 4/8/2021 at 11:07am

Cheney School District

Photos show the difference between a classroom using the former six-feet of physical distancing between desks and one with the revised three-feet of distance now advocated by health officials. Above is a current classroom in the Cheney School District at six-feet of distance, allowing for 14-15 students per classroom.The revised three-foot classroom, allows between 26-28 students.

CHENEY - Come April 19, all students in the Cheney School District should be back to full-time, in-person instruction.

The final piece of the transition from all-online instruction instituted last spring in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to resuming in-person instruction in as much of a normal setting as allowed took place last Wednesday night, March 31, with the school board's approval of a plan to return all secondary level students to campuses, beginning on April 19.

One week prior to that, April 12, will see the return to full in-person instruction for fourth and fifth-grade students...



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