July 14, 2020 | KTUU | Cheyenne Mathews |
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – Last Thursday, the Anchorage School District released its proposed plan for resuming in-person classes. While COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Anchorage, some teachers are worried that starting face-to-face classes on Aug. 20 may be premature.
The plan released by ASD Superintendent Deena Bishop calls for starting the school year with two days of in-person classes and moving to a five-day a week in-person plan by September. Parents also have the option to select their mode of education either through “ASD in School” or “ASD at Home.”
ASD at Home would be a full-time online program whereas ASD in School would have a blended course delivery.