WOODRIDGE, IL — A revised plan for returning Woodridge School District 68 students to limited in-person learning in October was voted down during a Sept. 21 Board of Education meeting, according to district officials. Board members asked that more information regarding the revised plan, centered on a hybrid model, be presented and discussed during a special Board of Education meeting Wednesday. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Thomas Jefferson Junior High, according to district officials.
Board members asked for more information regarding the learning opportunities under a remote-only option, special education, lunchtime safety, staff feedback and transportation.
Under the revised plan, the first in-person student attendance day is listed as Oct. 22.
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Wednesday’s special meeting to discuss the topics related to the hybrid learning model was declared by the Board of Education during the Sept. 21 meeting, according to board documents.
According to the Board of Education, if an in-person meeting isn’t an option under Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s order, the meeting will be held online. Updates will be provided on the district website.
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