As one MPS school year ends, the Board of Education looks ahead to the next one this fall.
A new district plan unveiled Tuesday night recommends in-person teaching five days a week with a stand-alone virtual option.
Masks would still be required inside buildings and on buses.
It allows full student participation in sports and extra-curriculars, but a return to flexible schedules if three or more percent of a school’s population is COVID-19-positive.
Board members asked administrators to seek opinions from union leaders, community groups and students.
They’ll discuss the plan again on June 24th.