Distance learning, that’s the way schools will begin the school in late August. Dr. Curt Dubost told the school board late last week. That distance is learning is mandated because of the requirements set by the governor. There may be exceptions for students who don’t do well in distance learning. Special needs and homeless children may be offered alternatives.
The Paso Robles school district will be ready to open up schools as soon as they meet qualifications. The teachers in the district are ready. They just need the okay from county health officer Penny Borenstein who follows orders from the governor.
Incidentally, the United States is the only nation which is keeping schools closed. Other western and European nations are sending children back to schools.