The Hutchinson School Board last night (Monday) discussed, in depth, the proposed hybrid model that the district will be using for the start of the school year.
The board received updates on everything from activities to hygiene.
Originally, the district was going to begin with in-person classes however, because of a recent increase in the amount of COVID cases in McLeod County, a change was made to implement the hybrid model, which is a combination of in-class and distance learning.
Superintendent Daron VanderHeiden:
VanderHeiden says it looks like the hybrid model will be in place for at least a month:
VanderHeiden says complete information can be found on the district’s website (click here).
Classes begin this coming Monday (August 31).