Omaha Public Faculties are regularly coming back from the winter break

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – The Omaha Public Schools on Wednesday announced plans for the second semester to gradually bring students back to the classrooms.

After the winter break, students start completely removed and then switch to the Family 3/2 model as published.

  • Tuesday, January 5, 2021: All students begin distance learning using the normal bell schedule. JP Lord School returns in person five days a week.
  • Monday January 11, 2021: K-12 ACP, Transition, Elementary BSP, Early Childhood Special Education, Homebased / Homebound and hearing-impaired classrooms return in person five days a week.
  • Tuesday, January 19, 2021: All students return personally according to the attendance calendar of the family model 3/2. The Gateway to College, OPS / UNO Middle College Program, Parrish, Student Success Program, and Zoo Academy return in person five days a week.

In addition, if they wish, students can stay in the distance learning option for the entire second semester.

The press release states: “We know that students learn best in person. We also work closely with public health leaders and medical experts to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of everyone in our school communities. This gradual personal return at the beginning of the second semester will limit local traffic and allow students and families to get back to their routine after an extended winter break. “

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