LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4)– After months of at-home learning, more students across the Front Range are heading back to classrooms on Tuesday morning. It couldn’t come sooner for some.
In a letter to Littleton families, Superintendent Brian Ewert expressed these sentiments, stating in part: “We are all “COVID fatigued”. But, the more effectively we can control spread in the community, the more LPS staff members will be available to work in schools, and the sooner ALL students can return to in-person learning.”READ MORE: 'Help Me!': Snowmobiler Counts Blessings As Stranger Finds Him Buried
As of Tuesday, under Phase Two of transitioning students back to school in Littleton Public Schools, middle school students return in the hybrid model of in-person learning. The rollout continues over the next couple of weeks.READ MORE: Colorado Bill Mandating Secure Storage Of Guns Passes First Committee
On Friday, all high school teachers plan to return to the hybrid learning model. The following Monday, high school students head to school in the hybrid model of in-person learning.MORE NEWS: Without Active Spring Snow, State's Snowpack On Track To Be Below Average
LINK: Littleton Public Schools