WYOMING, Mich. — Wyoming Public Schools will begin the school year with only remote learning for the first two weeks, according to a plan approved Monday night by the district’s Board of Education.
Families will have the option to do in-person learning beginning Sept. 8.
Those first two weeks are not meant to be a trial period, however, as families will be bound to the option they select now until the end of the first quarter or semester.
Details regarding the first two weeks will be shared with families soon, the district said.
“The WPS Safe Start Reentry Plan is a result of much thoughtful planning and preparation that centers around the health, safety and well-being of our students, staff and families,” Superintendent Craig Hoekstra said in a letter to families.
Read the full plan here.