Students can begin face-to-face instruction in the Plano Independent School District as of Wednesday, but just over half of them – 53% – will remain on the School at Home setup for the duration of the first nine-week grading period, according to the latest figures provided by the district.
Up until this point, school has been remote learning only in Plano ISD since the 2020-2021 year began on August 12.
Wednesday will be the first day of district-wide in-person instruction since last March, when schools across the country closed down at the outset of the coronavirus pandemic.
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High schools in Plano ISD will transition to a hybrid learning setup as of Wednesday, with all students spending two days in the classroom for instruction, and the other three at home.