It was right around March 13, 2020, when students across Colorado stopped most in-person learning because of the Coronavirus pandemic. One year later — literally almost to the day — a significant number of students will be returning to classrooms full time. While many Colorado school districts had already been providing in-person classroom instruction to elementary school students, the older kids are finally getting their number called.
The Jefferson County School District, which regularly trades places with Denver Public Schools as the largest school district in Colorado, announced today that middle- and high school students are going back to the classroom:
We will return to full in-person learning for grades 6-12 in a phased approach beginning March 15 through April 5. At many of our schools, the ratio of students choosing the remote learning option compared to hybrid enables us to increase the numbers of students in classrooms.
Click here to read the full announcement from Jeffco Schools.
What say you, Polsters? Are we ready to be sending all students back to classrooms, or should we be waiting until the new school year in August? Cast your vote after the jump…