REPORTER: IN AN EMOTIONAL 3 HOUR MEETING ON THURSDAY, THE JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD VOTED 4 TO 3 TO APPROVE IN PERSON LEARNING FOR THE LARGEST PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE STATE. >> AT THIS POINT, THIS DECISION IS A LIFE AND DEATH DECISION. REPORTER: THE MODEL IS SIMILAR TO WHAT SUPERINTENDENT DR. MARTY POLLIO RECOMMENDED EARLIER IN THE DAY BUT WITH A FEW CHANGES. ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, EXCEPT FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS, WILL BE ON A HYBRID PLAN, ALONG WITH MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. THEY WOULD GO BACK TO SCHOOL TWO DAYS A WEEK, LEARN REMOTELY TWO DAYS A WEEK, AND WEDNESDAY WOULD BE A REMOTE LEARNING DAY FOR ALL STUDENTS. KINDERGARTEN THROUGH SECOND GRADE WOULD RETURN MARCH 17. THIRD THROUGH FIFTH GRADE WOULD GO BACK MARCH 18. EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS WOULD RESUME ON MARCH 22. MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WOULD RETURN ON APRIL 5, AND PARENTS CAN OPT TO HAVE THEIR CHILD CONTINUE REMOTE LEARNING FIVE DAYS A WEEK. >> EVEN WHEN YOU GIVE IT 150% IN THE VIRTUAL PLATFORM THERE ARE A LOT OF THINGS THAT CANNOT BE REPLICATED. REPORTER: BUT DURING THE MEETING, BOARD MEMBERS SAY POLLIO’S PLAN LACKED IN SEVERAL AREAS. CORRIE SHULL, WHO OPPOSED THE PLAN, POINTED TO THE DISTRICT CURRENTLY HAVING DOZENS OF OPEN VACANCIES FOR BUS DRIVERS, NURSES, AND CUSTODIANS >> IF WE VOTE YES TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL TONIGHT DO WE HAVE ENOUGH CUSTODIANS TO DO THE WORK WE KNOW IS NECESSARY? >> I THINK WE WILL GET THE NEED MET. IT MAY REQUIRE TREATED PROBLEM-SOLVING. REPORTER: ALSO, HOW THE MODEL LACKS IN EQUITY FOR SOME STUDENTS. >> THIS PLAN IS THE FIRST PLAN THAT I FELT DR.https://www.wlky.com/article/here-are-jcps-superintendents-recommended-school-reopening-dates/35631270
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