COVID-19 is forcing many parents, caregivers, and guardians to face new and difficult decisions about *how their children will return to school in the fall. As South Dakota’s largest school district, one of the first issues facing Sioux Falls’ new school superintendent was deciding how traditional classroom lessons, in-person education and virtual learning would be possible in the district. Doctor Jane Stavem is joining us in the studio today to tell us more about the options they’ve come up with. This is information parents in Sioux Falls need now because their is a deadline looming which means that decision needs to be made soon.
You can find the Sioux Falls School District’s R2L plan here.
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