Alexandria City Public Schools announced plans for all students to continue virtual learning at least until January early Wednesday morning. The plan calls for phased re-entry of students with disabilities beginning on Nov. 5. Phased re-entry for all students is proposed to begin in January 2021. However, ACPS has not released details about these quarter three plans yet.
According to the alextimes.com, "The phased re-entry for students with disabilities is slated to begin Nov. 5 with 60 kindergartens through second-grade students. The plan adds an additional 55 third through fifth-grade students on Nov. 17 and another 300 pre-K through fifth-grade students on Nov. 30. The plan proposes that students with disabilities be taught at Jefferson-Houston School."
As per alextimes.com, "It is unclear how many students ACPS plans to return to an in-person or hybrid learning model in quarter three. Hutchings’ proposal to the school board recommends that staff plan for English learner students to return to in-person classes in January 2021. It also proposes establishing “teaching and learning centers” for kindergarten through fifth grade students that would open in quarter three “to accommodate childcare and other services."