By Jesse Sarles

(CBS4) – The Douglas County School Board has unanimously voted to return to in-person learning in their elementary schools. Their target date is Oct. 19.

The students would be in school five days a week, full-time and a 100% learning model will still be offered.

Tuesday night’s decision will be reviewed again on Oct. 6.

The board is currently working on a date for the middle and high school students to return.

Right now all students are all on a hybrid model of in-person and online learning.

LINK: dcsdk12.org/roadtoreturn

Jesse Sarles

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