PUEBLO COUNTY — Pueblo School District 70 Board of Education members decided Tuesday night that students will return to in-person learning on Monday, Jan. 18.
In an email, the school district said the adopted plan closely mimics how students were attending classes in the fall semester prior to reverting to remote learning in November and December.
January 4- January 14:
All students begin the second semester in remote learning for two weeks.
All Elementary Students: Full In-Person Learning
All Middle Students: Full In-Person Learning
Rye High: Full In-Person Learning
District 70 Online: Services as normal
Pueblo County High: Hybrid model (AA/BB schedule, same as the fall semester)
Pueblo West High: Hybrid model (AA/BB schedule, same as the fall semester)
Transportation/Bussing: All routes will resume.
Students who choose to choose remote learning will continue with those classes and will receive further instruction from their schools.
Connect, Swallows, and Villa Bella charter schools will finalize and communicate their plans directly to their own students and parents.
All COVID-19 precautions are still in effect from the fall, and the District 70 COVID-19 Response Team will continue to monitor in school and local COVID-19 metrics and conditions and will make adjustments as need or required.