FAIRFIELD — Shifts this week in how that state ranks counties for novel coronavirus infection have once again opened the doors for a return to in-person classroom instruction and may soon allow some high school sports to resume.
The Fairfield-Suisun School District governing board continues to wrestle with the issue of educating students in the time of Covid-19, evident Thursday when the matter was once again a topic of discussion.
At issue is whether to continue with distance learning or return to in-person instruction. The topic has been covered over the past few months at each meeting, but continued changes to the state’s response to the novel coronavirus pandemic has caused delays in returning to normal learning structures for students.
Superintendent Kris Corey covered the “Safe Schools for All” plan, which has been proposed by Gov. Gavin Newsom and has not been adopted but is working its way through the Legislature. The plan might be implemented in February, starting with the return of children in elementary school to in-person learning. Children in middle school and teens in high school would return to classrooms in the spring.
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