A collection of stories about how school divisions are navigating state and federal guidelines and grappling with concerns about staff safety and how anything less than a normal weekly schedule will affect the development of children and their social-emotional well-being.


 

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During a discussion Thursday, several board members were concerned about how the division would ensure consistent and equitable practices across the schools, especially at the elementary level, as well as the lack of firm answers about virtual learning expectation from attendance to what will be required of families.

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With students in masks and desks six feet apart, Louisa County Public Schools on Thursday became the first school division in the area to bring students back into the school buildings — exactly six months after Gov. Ralph Northam ordered schools to close amid a surging pandemic.

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As of Thursday, the plan included virtual learning for all students, though the School Board will hear a more specific presentation about how the division will support students in special education, English learners and preschoolers during next week’s meeting.

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English learners, students without adequate internet access and those with disabilities who have intensive needs have the option to go to school, where they’ll work on online classes with teachers who volunteer to work in the buildings.

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