Wake Board of Education meets to establish back-to-school plans for 4th, 5th graders :: WRAL.com

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Release time: 2021-01-13 05:01:59

Updated: 2021-01-13 05:01:59

Released on January 13, 2021, 5:01 AM Eastern Standard Time

WRAL reporter Nia Harden

-On Thursday, members of the Wake County School Board held a special meeting to discuss the learning of fourth and fifth grade students.

The area is expected to return its youngest student to the classroom next Wednesday. Students in Kindergarten to Grade 5 will return to the classroom full-time, while students in Grades 6 to 12 will return to their state at the end of the fall semester.

Plans for the fourth and fifth grades are still in trouble because these classes are larger in size and do not allow proper social activities.

Before the winter vacation, students in the fourth and fifth grades will study online for three weeks and then set up daily face-to-face learning. But the board of directors is considering extending the time these students spend online, and they have come up with a way to reduce the class size.

The decision will be made less than a week before the student returns to school.

In contrast, Durham Public Schools announced last week that due to the increase in coronavirus cases, all students will continue to study remotely until the end of the school year.


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