A long-discussed return to in-person learning through a hybrid model in Flossmoor School District 161 is slated for March 9, but only for families who elected it.
The District 161 Board of Education voted 6-1 during a special meeting on Feb. 1 to approve the plan. To align the academic calendar with the hybrid return, board members also shifted the end date of the district’s third quarter and beginning of its fourth quarter, a move that means students may see a change in teachers.
Board Member David Linnear cast the lone . . .