PARKLAND, FL- As Broward County heads toward reopening, a clearer picture is beginning to emerge of what it could look like. A Broward County School Board forum to discuss the reopening is scheduled for next Tuesday, September 22.

Among the topics to be discussed are two important items; the opportunity for five days per week schooling and the need for teachers to be on campus for the reopening.

It is expected that five days per week schooling will be an option for families in Broward as long as the appropriate percentage, currently listed at 20-30%, choose to continue from home with distance learning. This would ease the pressure on families that have working parents and are hard-pressed to continue with schooling at home.

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Additionally, a letter was sent to the Broward School Board on Monday to discuss the return of teachers to campus and the need for them to be physically present as campuses reopen.

The September 22 workshop is expected to clarify a number of reopening details as Broward County prepares itself for the reopening.

 

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