Local Back-to-School Plans (Hampton Roads) – Updated
For parents looking for the most up-to-date information, who may be new to the area, or just curious as to the differences across districts, here is a brief overview of the policies in each Hampton Roads area school district. This is not all of the information available, please visit links for additional descriptions and detail.
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Find the latest updates for Chesapeake Public Schools Fall 2020 here: https://cpschools.com/return-to-school-plan/.
From Chesapeake Public Schools: Our goal is to bring all students back to school, and it is our hope that the COVID-19 situation will improve allowing us to return to normal operations. However, based upon current health data, students who select Option 1 (On-Campus Continuum) will begin the school year Temporarily Online. A full presentation to the School Board with details on the approved plan was presented on July 27, 2020.
Find the latest updates for Hampton Public Schools Fall 2020 here: http://www.hampton.k12.va.us/reopening/reopening.html.
From Hampton Public Schools: The Hampton City School Board voted unanimously at its Wednesday, August 5, 2020, meeting to adopt the superintendent’s recommendation to begin the 2020-2021 school year in a fully virtual learning model for all students. Superintendent Jeffery Smith expressed a desire of bringing students back to school as soon as safely possible. However, he recommended using a 100% virtual learning model for at least the first nine weeks (until November 2, 2020) unless health conditions provide the division the opportunity to safely return earlier than this date. The 2020-2021 school year begins September 8, 2020.