cleveland cleveland.com 06 Jan, 2021 12:45 am

Brooklyn City Schools find stride with unique hybrid schedule

Brooklyn City Schools find stride with unique hybrid schedule
Brooklyn City Schools began this week in remote learning before pivoting to its unique hybrid schedule beginning Thursday (Jan. 7).

BROOKLYN, Ohio -- Brooklyn City Schools began this week in remote learning before pivoting to its unique hybrid schedule beginning Thursday (Jan.4, but when the governor came out with his recommendation to delay school a week outside of the New Year’s Eve holiday that moved our decision to come back exactly a week later,” Brooklyn City Schools Superintendent/CEO Theodore Caleris said.Brooklyn City Schools provide four days of in-person instruction with students attending classes from 8 a.Compared to other districts employing a divided student body attending in-person classes two or three days a week, the Brooklyn City School’s hybrid model is as close as a district can get to in-person learning during the pandemic.

Currently, Brooklyn City Schools is committed to hybrid learning through the week of Jan.“We’re a firm believer that families wanted their kids in person at school, but we also needed to be realistic with some of the safety considerations that were presented to us back in August,” Caleris said.

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