The Howard-Suamico School District is working on a plan to bring students back into the classroom.
A task force of 51, including administrators, teachers, and support staff meet every week, continuously making a plan for the next school year.
So far, the plan includes in person classes for K through 6 and a mixture of in-person and online courses for older students.
"Monitoring the data on a daily or weekly basis to best understand how it's impacting the community and responding accordingly with the plan. So really trying to design and shape a plan that has built in flexibility," said Superintendent of Schools Damian Lacroix.
The team has completed a first draft of the plan. Click here to learn more.