The Abingdon-Avon School District is moving to in-person learning after a vote Wednesday night by the District 276 Board of Education.
Few details are known but Superintendent Dr. Mike Curry confirmed to WGIL that the board voted unanimously to move from full remote to fully in-person beginning Monday, October 5.
Dr. Curry says that students will be in classes four days a week but a dismissal time had not been established.
More details are expected to be released Friday.
The school district had initially voted in late July to go to a hybrid/blended return-to-learn plan with students in class two days a week and remote learning the other days.
Then, in August, the board changed directions and voted to go full-remote. Both votes passed by narrow margins.