Coeur d'Alene District To Begin Delayed School Year With Hybrid Model

Coeur d'Alene public schools are turning to a hybrid model to open the school year next month.

The CdA Board of Trustees voted to delay the start of the school year to September 14th with some in-person instruction and some remote instruction.

Under the model, students will attend school in person two consecutive days during a week, and go to remote instruction the other three school days.

Students with last names begin with A-K attending class in person on Mondays and Tuesdays and the L-Z groups attending on Thursdays and Fridays. Coeur d'Alene schools says it can accommodate families with children that have different last names so they can remain on the same schedule.

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