More grades could return to schools in November under a plan presented Monday evening to the York County School Board.
Last week, preschoolers, kindergartners and first graders returned as part of a two-day-a-week hybrid model. District leaders released a plan in September to bring back students up through third grade by Oct. 19. Some students with disabilities — and English language learners — also returned in September.
Superintendent Victor Shandor told the school board they’re on target to meet that goal and tentatively hope to have all elementary grades back on Nov. 5. Sixth and ninth graders could return Nov. 9, assuming conditions allow.
“This is a draft — it is target dates,” Shandor said. None of this is in stone.”
Administrators described the return of pre-K through first grade on Oct. 5 as a success that will hopefully translate to older grades.
“I would consider it definitely a success