CCSD delays vote on hybrid learning plan

Vote on returning to class won't happen for another month

Mitch Kelly
October 19, 2020 - 5:02 am
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Las Vegas, NV (KXNT) - The Clark County School District won't be voting to allow in-person hybrid learning this Thursday after all.

Instead, they will be voting on a possible transition to hybrid learning on November 12th instead. The district informed parents and employees over the weekend.

The Board of Trustees will be watching for any potential developments related to transitioning.

Classes for the the district have been held only since the semester began back on August 24th.

Last week, there was a COVID-19 outbreak that affected three schools in thr Moapa area, but the district says that that outbreak had nothing to do with their decision to delay rolling out a hybrid learning plan until next month.