"Massachusetts released guidelines to superintendents Thursday with a goal of getting students back into classrooms this fall after the coronavirus pandemic forced districts to turn to remote learning in March.Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley released the guidelines after weeks of discussion with members of the state’s Return-to-School Working Group, infectious disease physicians and pediatricians.
“Districts and schools should begin planning for a fall return that includes multiple possibilities, with a focus first and foremost on getting our students back into school buildings,” Riley said.
The suggestions are “initial guidance for school reopening this fall that prioritizes getting our students back to school in person -- safely, following a comprehensive set of health and safety requirements.”
"Today, @MASchoolsK12 released initial guidance for school reopening this fall that prioritizes getting students safely back to school in person, following a comprehensive set of health and safety requirements.
Read more: https://bit.ly/3dBlFZ4"
Initial guidance http://www.doe.mass.edu/covid19/return-to-school/guidance.docx
Shared from Twitter: https://twitter.com/MassGovernor/status/1276190504145817601?s=09
Video update link = https://youtu.be/PGkn0y0m0VU