LAUSD Announces They'll Return To In Person Learning in the Fall.


It's happening LAUSD (The second largest school district in the country) plans to return to in-person learning this Fall!

Superintendent Austin Beutner made the announcement which outlined what the upcoming school year will look like.

"While we are looking forward to welcoming all students back to schools in August, for students who are unable or choose not to participate at schools for in-person instruction, an online option must remain in place for the next school year," he said.

Middle school and high school students will change classrooms for each class period, which hasn't been done in L.A. since March 2020.

After school programs for both elementary and secondary students will be available from the end of the school day until 6 p.m.

Beutner added that he expects students and staff will continue to wear masks until more children have been vaccinated. But also mentioned that rules may change as health officials update guidelines.

Schools where more than 30% of students are vaccinated against COVID-19 will each receive $5,000 for projects on those campuses and "students can decide how the money is used," Beutner said.

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