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School Reopening Fall 2020
As summer dwindles, it is time for students to head back to school. Each district has released a reopening plan that seeks to balance the needs of students and families and public health.
Beverly: The Beverly School Committee voted on August 6th to begin the 2020-2021 school year in a hybrid model for students in grades K-6 and to begin in a remote learning model for grades 7-12.
Danvers: Danvers Public Schools will start the school year with a hybrid model, providing for both in-person and remote learning throughout the week, for all grade levels.
Peabody: Peabody Public Schools will offer a mix of in-person and remote learning for students in all grades
Salem: Salem Public Schools will move forward with remote learning for all grades.
Topsfield: Topsfield School Committee voted on August 10th to start the school year with Robust Remote Learning 2.0, which allows for in-person meetings to focus on social-emotional learning, and then move to a hybrid model when health and facilities metrics have been met.
The Masconomet Regional School Committee voted on August 12th to implement a remote learning model for the start of the school year, and to re-evaluate on October 7th.
Essex North Shore Agricultural & Technical School District Committee on August 6th approved a Hybrid Learning Model for students, alternating being on campus and at home every other day.