School is now less than a month away from starting. On August 25th in Charles City, students will start the 2020-2021 school year however it ends up looking. The school district has alluded they will be releasing their ‘Return to Learn’ plan on July 31st – but has already teased that for any family unwilling to return to classes in any form, there will be a ‘School to You’ option offered that will be 100% online.
To look into this option: https://www.charlescityschools.org/article/school-to-you/
District Principal Marcia DeVore said in a July 20th board meeting that the task force had the entire plan set out before Gov. Kim Reynolds released a proclamation the previous Friday saying:
“The expectation is, especially with core subjects, that over 50 percent of those subjects be offered in the school building.”
For those unaware, online school registration has already started as of July 27th and can be completed by following the directions on this page: https://www.charlescityschools.org/article/charles-city-back-to-school-registration-2020/
According to Superintendent of Charles City Mike Fisher, those who would rather register in person should August 6th between 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. – the original in person registration date was August 4th.