Prior to discussions about reopening Flossmoor School District 161 for in-person learning through a hybrid program, schools in the system already let some students back inside their walls.
Superintendent Dana Smith reported to the board Monday, Jan. 25, that “remote from school” learning had resumed for a group of 35 students.
“It went very well,” he said. “We’re hoping to increase those numbers in our remote from school program.”
Smith also noted in his report that staff members other than nurses started getting COVID-19 vaccines on Jan. 25. He said . . .