(KWWL) -- Do you know what your school district's plan is for returning to school this fall?
As the start to the school year inches closer, school districts are working to finalize health and safety plans.
Earlier in July, Governor Reynolds said that schools must prioritize in-person learning for core academic subjects.
She announced that schools will not be able to provide more than 50 percent of their instruction remotely unless she authorizes it. If they wish to do so, they must seek a waiver from the state, which is what Iowa City has done.
On July 30, new guidance from the state said that permission for temporary online learning can only be granted if a county exceeds 15% coronavirus positivity rate over a two-week period, and at least 10% of students are absent.
Here is a list of schools that have released initial return to learn plans or announcements:
(NOTE: Some of these plans have not been finalized by the districts. This is a developing list and will be updated)
- AUG 3: Xavier schools release finalized Return to Learn plan
- JULY 31: Cedar Rapids Community School District release finalized Return to Learn plan
- JULY 28: Cedar Rapids Schools addresses return to learn plans at special Tuesday meeting
- JULY 23: Cedar Rapids Community School District wraps up family community feedback sessions
- JULY 21: Cedar Rapids Community School District finalizing Return to Learn plan
- JULY 16: Linn County Public Health releases ‘Return to School’ guidance
- JULY 14: Cedar Rapids Community School District discusses ‘Return to Learn’ plan, family input
- AUG. 13: Dubuque set to start the school year using a hybrid model
- JULY 20: Dubuque Community School District provides update on return to learn plan
- JULY 15: Dubuque school officials recommend hybrid start to school year
- JULY 21: Iowa City School District sticking with return to learn plan, seeks waiver from state
- JULY 17: Iowa City schools reworking return to learn plan after governor’s proclamation
- JULY 14: Iowa City school board votes for no in-person schooling to start year
- JULY 23: Solon releases Return to Learn plan
- JULY 31: Waterloo Schools releases Return to Learn plan for 2020-21
- JULY 24: Waterloo Schools to release Return to Learn plan August 3rd
- JULY 21: Waterloo Schools release mask guidelines for upcoming academic year
- JULY 16: Waterloo Schools provide insight on return-to-learn plan
- JULY 15: Waterloo Schools talk fall semester priorities, final plan coming next month