WAUNAKEE (WKOW) -- The Waunakee Community School District Board of Education voted to reverse its decision on an all-virtual start to the school year.
During ameeting Monday night, members of the board talked about recent coronavirus numbers and learning options that would best fit the community.
In a 4-3 vote, the board was in favor of a four-day schedule for K-4 students. The younger children will have half-days, either AM or PM, every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Students grades 5-12 will remain on an all-virtual learning plan for the beginning of the school year.
The school board will reconsider its options in the coming months.
Classes for the Waunakee Community School District are expected to start Sept. 1.
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