BELVIDERE, Ill. (WTVO) — The Belvidere School District 100 said Tuesday that a decision has been made to start the school year with remote learning only, at least for the first quarter.
According to a press release, all students in Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade will be issued a chromebook;
Most students will not attend school in-person – some students receiving targeted services may be able to attend school in-person;
Teachers will provide daily, live instruction via video conferencing tools;
Daily “attendance” will be taken and recorded;
Grading of assignments, projects, and assessments will resume.
The new school year will begin on September 8th.
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