Here is a quick summary of the back-to-school plans for our local districts.
Brown Deer: Families will have the option to choose between virtual learning or a five-phase gradual return to face-to-face learning.
Foxpoint-Bayside: The district will use a hybrid model with students having in school instruction twice a week and virtual instruction twice a week with unstructured learning on Fridays. Kindergarten will be in school four days a week.
Germantown: Parents will be able to pick between face-to-face instruction or virtual learning.
Glendale-River Hills: School will begin virtually.
Grafton: Students will have the option of virtual learning or face-to-face instruction with social distancing.
Hamilton: Families will have the option to choose in-person or virtual instruction.
Maple Dale - Indian Hill: School will start on September 1st with a hybrid model. Students will be in school for two days and will learn virtually three days. The district hopes to return to full in-person learning in October.
Menomonee Falls: Students will choose between all virtual instruction or a hybrid option depending on attendance and health data.
Milwaukee Public Schools: School will begin virtually and will move to a hybrid model in 30 to 45 days.
Nicolet Union High School District: School will begin with virtual learning.