LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Parents and students of Clark County School District will soon find out if and when they will be going back to in-person instruction.

According to a memo from CCSD, parents and students Pre-K to 3rd grade will be notified of their hybrid "cohorts" sometime between Feb. 16-19.

CCSD will allow students Pre-K to 3rd grade return to the classroom on a hybrid model starting March 1. According to CCSD cohorts will be as follows:

Jesus Jara

Clark County School District superintendent Dr. Jesus Jara stands next to an empty classroom as he addresses the media after visiting Veterans Tribute Career and Technical Academy, one of three Clark County School District schools to be named national blue ribbon schools this year, on Friday, Oct. 2, 2020, in Las Vegas. (Pool Photo Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye

COHORT A: Face-to-face instruction on Monday and Tuesday, with distance education Wednesday-Friday.

COHORT B: Distance education from Monday-Wednesday, with face-to-face instruction Thursday and Friday.

COHORT C: Full-time distance education, Monday-Friday.

CCSD said it would add additional grade levels to the hybrid model throughout the second semester, but there is no timeline for implementation.


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