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Start of hybrid model delayed for Grass Valley School District

Victoria Penate
Staff Writer

The Grass Valley School District will return to on-campus instruction in a hybrid model Nov. 2.

The model will involve an A/B cohort system for Bell Hill Academy, Lyman Gilmore Middle School, and Margaret G. Scotten School.

An a.m./p.m. split will be used instead at Grass Valley Charter School, a decision district Superintendent Andrew Withers wrote in a letter to families earlier this month. That decision was due to the school being the only K-8 charter in the district and not offering transportation services.

The district said earlier this month that it would be transitioning into a hybrid model — although the original date set was this coming Monday — after this decision was approved in a September special board meeting.


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