Alachua County Public Schools (ACPS) has developed a draft plan for reopening schools in the fall with guidance from the Florida Department of Education and local healthcare experts.
You can view the full draft plan by clicking here!
The plan outlines different strategies and plans depending of the severity on the spread of COVID-19 in the community. From no spread to minimal/moderate spread to significant spread, the plan outlines the protocol for every scenario.
“We recognize that no single plan will meet every family’s needs, particularly in this very challenging environment,” said Superintendent Karen Clarke in an ACPS press release. “What we’ve tried to create is a draft plan that provides options and covers a variety of scenarios depending on the course of the virus.”
The district plans to finalize the draft plan for reopening schools by July 15, and feedback from staff, families and the community is encouraged! You can submit your input at email@example.com.
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