Superintendent Samantha Steele says the district will be offering parents several options. They include remote learning, in-school learning, or a combination of the two.
The Oregon Department of Education plans on releasing updated guidance for schools on August 11 meaning plans are subject to change.
“We really need to be able to move nimbly between remote learning and in-class learning so that we can truly support our students and families,” said Steele.
Central point says it will submit another blueprint of its plans for Jackson County Public Health to approve on August 15.
The plan is to have schools ready to open and operate by September 8. Central Point District 6 says it will release an outline of its plan on its website and Facebook Friday night.
NBC5 News Reporter Miles Furuichi graduated from Chapman University with degrees in English and Journalism. He received post graduate experience in Los Angeles in photojournalism and commercial photography. He also spent time in Dublin, Ireland working in print journalism and advertising.
Miles is a Rogue Valley native, raised in Ashland. He enjoys hiking, mountain biking and photography.