The Allentown School District previewed its hybrid learning reopening model during the a Board of Directors meeting Thursday night.
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While other Lehigh Valley districts are offering hybrid learning, ASD has unique challenges to consider amid COVID-19 statistics.
High school students from low-income families in the Allentown School District will have the opportunity to take free college level courses, thanks to a partnership with the nonprofit National Education Equity Lab.
The plan provides different criteria for different sports: indoor girls volleyball, football, field hockey and soccer.
The district says that eliminating the Indian nickname is essential to align with the "strategic goal of creating an environment where students feel nurtured and valued."
The district will adhere to the current delayed schedule as recommended by the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference.
The moves are essential for this fall's virtual learning strategy, according to an assistant superintendent.