Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-02-22 10:44:53 –
Las Vegas (KLAS) — Clark County teachers and some students resume face-to-face lessons in a week. From March 1st, students from kindergarten to 3rd grade will start hybrid learning.
Starting this week, hundreds of teachers will return to campus to prepare to welcome them in the classroom.
The district details the reopening plan with a 245-page guide for pre-kindergarten to third-year students whose families choose to return to face-to-face learning.
Principal Ryan Lewis of Galehime Elementary School said he wanted the returning students to feel safe and comfortable.
“But I’m trying to get things back to some extent. What does it mean to be back in school and at school? Especially for these little kids. Kindergarteners weren’t on campus all year long. So it’s the first experience for them just to step in and be in the classroom. It’s really their first day at school. “
Students attend classes on either Monday and Tuesday or Thursday and Friday. Some students continue to study all distances from home.
Vicki Kreidel, a sophomore teacher who is also president of the National Education Association in Southern Nevada, said there were some concerns.
“I’m worried about all the employees and students in the district. Students can get sick and take them home, even if everyone says they’re at low risk.”
Clydel adds that it’s a really stressful time for everyone and we want everyone to work together.
The school district is working to bring other grades back to campus, but there is no schedule yet.
If you are a parent and still have questions CCSD launched a reopened web page information.