Members of the Centreville Public Schools Board of Education have reconfirmed the continuation of their education plan as part of routine, mandated extended COVID-19 plans reported to the state.
The district currently is using face-to-face instruction. Superintendent Stephanie Lemmer said the district will continue that method at the junior high and high school for the time being.
After meeting with the district task force, Lemmer said it’s her opinion that switching kids back and forth between modalities of instruction is exhausting for staff and students.
At the same time, Lemmer conceded in-person versus remote classwork during the pandemic is a divisive topic.
Lemmer said new guidelines call for adjusting the in-classroom socially distanced space from six feet to three. Students must remain masked
As part of her pandemic learning presentation, Lemmer said there are no current COVID-19 cases in the district.