Many parents opting for face-to-face instruction

Three Rivers Community Schools Superintendent Ron Moag provided an update on the number of in-person students versus those who plan to take classes virtually or remotely.

During the district’s board meeting earlier this week, Moag said about three quarters of the district’s high school students plan to engage in face-to-face learning when the academic year begins Sept. 7.

That face-to-face number at the middle school is about 70 percent, Moag added.

At the elementary level, Moag said face-to-face option is being selected by about two-thirds of its student population; nearly 70 percent at Andrews Elementary; approximately 66 percent at Park Elementary and the same number at Hoppin.

Moag said the figures are based on families who have responded to the district. The preference for about 300 students is not known and district staff members are in the midst of attempting to make contact with those families.

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