Boston, Other Large Districts Return To Classrooms Full-Time Monday


BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Elementary and middle school students in some of the state's largest school districts will return to full-time in-person learning on Monday.

Boston Public School students in grades 0-8 will be returning to classrooms after a three week delay that was approved by the state's Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Starting Monday, students in the Boston system can either attend school in-person full-time, or remote full-time, but not hybrid.

In a release, Superintendent Brenda Cassellius said the district does not have a timeline for bringing back high school students, but that the state should be handing down guidance the week of April 26.

Other Districts:

Other large districts that received a waiver from the state to delay in-person opening, like Brockton and Somerville, also plan to open on Monday.

Somerville will open on a two-hour delay Monday, to give the school time to test the staff for COVID-19.

Worcester, the state's second largest district, will not open for full-time in-person learning for another week.

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