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OPS announces steps in phased transition to full-time, in-person learning – Omaha, Nebraska

Omaha, Nebraska 2021-01-12 18:18:00 –

Omaha, Nebraska (KMTV)-Omaha Public School has announced the next step in its gradual transition to face-to-face learning.

The district said the family 3/2 model would continue in January as planned.

In February, OPS will move from the Family 3/2 model to face-to-face learning five days a week.

The remote learning program continues to be an option for families who find it best.

Families who want to change the way students learn should contact the school.

Return to Face-to-face Learning Click here for more information on OPS planning.

The district also announced some important dates:

  • Monday, February 1st – There is no school for elementary and junior high school students. Half building-based professional learning and half teacher planning days.
  • Tuesday, February 2 – Elementary and junior high schools move to face-to-face five days a week.
  • Tuesday, February 16 – There is no school for high school students. Half building-based professional learning and half teacher planning days.
  • Wednesday, February 17 – High school shifts to face-to-face five days a week

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