Stratford schools to return to a few in-grownup gaining knowledge of

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Stratford Superintendent of Schools Janet Robinson addresses the closing of Wilcoxson Elementary School following the disclosure that a student is being tested for the coronavirus in Stratford, Conn. on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.

Stratford Superintendent of colleges Janet Robinson addresses the closing of Wilcoxson elementary school following the disclosure that a student is being demonstrated for the coronavirus in Stratford, Conn. on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.

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STRATFORD — The district’s youngest students and English language learners will return to in-person studying for part of the week, Superintendent Janet Robinson introduced Thursday.

Kindergarten via first grade students will resume hybrid gaining knowledge of with four days in-person, Robinson instructed parents in letter that night, a return to the gaining knowledge of model the colleges had earlier than Thanksgiving.

“sure, town of Stratford is within the red zone however we are assured in our metrics in the district, and that we are able to study in a safe ambiance,” Robinson talked about in her letter.

As of Thursday, 160 cities and cities in Connecticut are considered so-referred to as crimson zones, a designation measured by means of the variety of new circumstances per one hundred,000 residents measured over 14 days.

parents who don’t believe confident sending their child back to faculty have the alternative to continue distance researching, as do students at present learning remotely, Robinson pointed out.

households who traveled out of state are additionally being asked to complete their quarantines.

“We look ahead to a match holiday season for all our households and team of workers,” the superintendent referred to.