Long Beach Unified School District superintendent-to-be Jill Baker (who officially starts on August 1) released a video outlining the district’s plan for the start of the 2020-21 school year, which will begin for students on September 1.
Baker said that in a few weeks, LBUSD families will be able to choose from a range of in-person and online options, which will be different for each grade level. Baker said that because of state and local health department guidelines, the district is currently planning on social distancing practices that will limit the size of each class to 14-17 students.
“At each level there will be an in-school option and at least one distance learning options,” Baker said.
Read the options for each level in our story for the Long Beach Post:
“At each level there will be an in-school option and at least one distance learning option,” Deputy Superintendent Jill Baker said in a video Wednesday outlining the district’s plans for the fall. Long Beach and districts across the state are devising plans for a school year that will continue to be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, focused on social distancing and other guidelines established by health officials.