DONALDSONVILLE, La. (BRPROUD) – The school year is creeping up on many of us in the area.
For students in Ascension Parish, the planning has begun and Ascension Public Schools are looking to answer some of the questions about what is going to happen when school starts.
Watch as Ascension Parish Public Schools Superintendent David Alexander provides the latest information about 2020-21 School Operations:
“Our schools and district leaders have been working on detailed plans for reopening schools and providing educational services this fall using the Louisiana Department of Education’s guidelines,” said Ascension Public Schools Superintendent David Alexander. “There are many logistics that must be worked out such as classroom layouts/assignments, student meal service, bus transportation, and online education options. We are using the feedback provided by parents in the survey sent on June 18th to help shape flexible education plans to meet the needs of over 23,000 students.”
You can view up-to-date information about what the new school year is going to look like here.
There is an alternative for those that do not want to be in an on campus class setting.
APPS says, “for those who are not comfortable returning to a school building, Ascension also offers online learning programs. Details of school plans and registration for online learning will be released by July 17, 2020.”