Jefferson School Board To Continue Virtual Fridays
The Jefferson School Board has voted to continue with its Virtual Fridays. The Daily Union reports that the heated debate did not change the plans, as the virtual Fridays plan will remain for now. The virtual Fridays were originally established to assure students who were struggling with courses, could get a chance to reach out to their teachers. After hearing public comments, in which some parents said they were planning for a full return, the board ultimately decided to amend the calendar to allow for more virtual Fridays. Three fridays in April, and four in May will be designated as virtual Fridays, and other calendar updates were made, including moving around teacher workdays.