KANSAS CITY, Mo. — All Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools students will return to the classroom April 5.
The KCKPS Board of Education voted Tuesday night to bring students back, with parents having the choice to continue with remote learning.
The Kansas City Kansas School Board votes to bring ALL students back on April 5th.— Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools (@kckschools) February 24, 2021
Parents will have the choice to stay remote.
For those that chose in-person, students will attend classes on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Students will learn remote on Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/VvxqgrZZLa
Students who attend in-person classes will do so every day but Wednesday, which will be a remote-learning day.
Some students had already returned to the classroom following a school board vote in January.
In October, the board approved a reentry plan that included hybrid learning for all grade levels.
School board members also voted Tuesday to allow two spectators per athlete at the basketball substate in March.