INDIANAPOLIS — A typical day at school is going to look a lot different this semester.
Perry Township Schools revealed its reopening plan during Thursday’s special board meeting.
The new semester begins on July 29th, and students returning to in-person classes will see many changes.
Some of the changes will include social distancing, sanitizing stations in each classroom, and routine cleanings throughout school buildings. Sixth to 12th-grade students will be required to wear face masks during school, while Kindergarten to 5th-grade students will not have to wear masks.
The school district has also prepared an e-learning option for students who are not coming back to in-person classes.
School board members will have a vote on the plan one more time before it can be officially accepted.
A link to the full reopening plan from Perry Township Schools can be found on their Facebook page.
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