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Lebanon board asks superintendent to make plans to return full time to in-person learning

LEBANON — City schools are planning to return to five days a week of in-person instruction, although it’s not yet clear how quickly Lebanon’s teachers and school employees can transition from the district’s current hybrid learning model.The School...

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Under the board’s decision, families uncomfortable with the move will be able to continue with remote learning, Board members said they were encouraged by social distancing measures put in place as students returned part-time on Sept.55° WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC We continue to make our coronavirus coverage free to everyone at www.

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