WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (WAVY) — Some students in Williamsburg-James City County Schools will return for in-person learning starting January 25, with others to follow.
Special education, English language learning and Pre-K students who were previously in in-person will return, the district said.
More students will be phased in for hybrid learning starting in February, starting with grades K-5, 6 and 12 for 2 days a week.
WJCC Schools say they’re prepared and have learned a lot about prevention measures since the pandemic began. Officials are reminding students and staff to continue wearing masks, wash hands, etc. to avoid infections.
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