NORTHVILLE, Mich. – Northville Public Schools has worked with a hybrid school year with students learning in person.
On Monday, the district met to discuss the future of in-person learning.
”Whatever happens it’s not going to please everyone,” said district superintendent Mary Kay Gallagher, who laid out a recommendation for the district.
Following the mandatory three-week shutdown of high schools, Gallagher wants to keep the middle and high school virtual until Jan. 19.
Elementary schools would take a week-on, week-off approach.
During public comment, several parents, who are also doctors and healthcare workers, pushed hard for in-person learning.