Superintendent to address reopening of La's K-12 schools before Senate
BATON ROUGE - Parents and students are eager to learn what school will be like for students when they return to campus in August.
This question was addressed Thursday morning, when education officials released a set of guidelines related to the reopening of K-12 schools amid the coronavirus health crisis.
The strategy for reopening is contained in a document entitled, "Strong Start 2020: Guidelines and Resources for School Reopening." The document addresses best practices as they relate to:
-Bus capacity and student group size
-Student symptom monitoring
-Food prep and meal service
Click here to view the full list of guidelines for Louisiana schools.
Louisiana's Superintendent of Education, Cade Brumley, will expound on these guidelines and other issues related to the reopening, Thursday at 6 p.m. when he speaks before the Senate on the subject of the state's school operations.
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