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Hudson announces Return to Learn plans, will begin year in-person

HUDSON, Iowa (KWWL) — The Board of Directors of the Hudson Community School District voted Monday evening to fully reopen schools to all students.

Superintendent Dr. Anthony Voss released a statement saying that schools will reopen on August 24th.

The statement continues saying that the decision was based on feedback from multiple surveys sent out to the community. Families also sent questions to the district and to the Board of Directors and the Return to Learn Decision Matrix for the Hudson Community School District.

Voss' statement reads that the intention is to give a cautious approach to beginning the school year. Hudson Schools will try to work with families to reduce challenges. The statement also points out the majority of Hudson students have not been in school buildings, buses or even school property for 165 days.

Choices are being provided to parents like Voluntary Offsite Learning for parents whose children have medical needs or the desire, means and ability to support their child's learning at home. The deadline to signup for this option has been extended to August 14, 2020.

You can signup in the link HERE.

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