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More Lynchburg elementary students to receive increased in-person learning

More Lynchburg elementary students to receive increased in-person learning

Lynchburg City Schools has announced it will increase in-person learning for its third through fifth graders.

Beginning April 20, third through fifth graders currently in hybrid learning will begin attending school in person four days per week — an increase from the current two-days-per-week schedule, the school division announced Tuesday.

Students will attend school in person Tuesday through Friday, learning from home on Mondays. 

The division previously announced pre-K through second grade students would increase their in-person learning days from two to four April 13, following spring break.

Secondary students will continue with the hybrid schedule of two in-person days per week, and the division is continuing to offer a remote-only option for students who choose it. 

Jamey Cross

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