BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – The coronavirus continues to force local school districts to make changes and new changes are taking effect on Monday.
On September 28, 6th – 12th grade students in East Baton Rouge Parish begin attending school twice a week.
Details about the new schedule can be found below:
This comes after Pre-K Through Fifth-grade students in EBR started a hybrid learning model earlier this month.
West Baton Rouge Schools are taking a different approach to learning compared to EBR Schools.
One week after Port Allen Middle School and Port Allen High School returned to full time learning in the classroom, Brusly Middle School and Brusly High School are joining their neighbors on Monday, September 28.
So, unless you are a part of the Virtual Academy, all 7th through 12th grade students are returning to school.
Details from Superintendent Watts can be found below:
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