ALLENDALE, Mich. — Allendale Public Schools are giving three options to return to school.
In a post on their website, they said they have a task force with over 50 teachers to help find a way to "mirror face-to-face pacing in classrooms."
They offered up three options: Face-to-face, remote and online learning.
In that post, they said they're still working out the details for face-to-face learning. However, they say it would follow safety precautions and would follow a daily schedule.
Remote learning would follow a daily schedule with Allendale teachers online. Students would have access to district Chrome Books and it would allow for flexible re-entry to face-to-face learning.
Online learning would be the only option that is self-paced. It would still follow the same curriculum but would give limited re-entry to face-to-face learning at the trimester.
They say they're still working on detailed information and ask that if you have any questions to call your child's principal.