District flexible; students flip-flopping

Roughly 500 Santa Rosa students have transitioned back from remote learning to brick and mortar schools since the beginning of the semester, according to Mike Thorpe, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment.

Thorpe said they have also seen some students transition the other way, leaving physical schools for the remote option.

“Not many have gone the other way. The ones that did are mostly due to illness, maybe something going on in the family,” Thorpe said.

Read the full article in the Oct. 15 issue of the Navarre Press.

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