San Francisco Unified discusses plan for in-person classes

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The San Francisco Unified School District has released new details about its plan to get students back in the classroom.

The school board has discussed using a hybrid model of in-class and remote instruction.

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Safety measures could include partition shields and window ventilation for classroom, as well as creating "instruction kits" to keep students from sharing materials.

The district is having discussions about COVID-19 testing of students and getting testing sites at every school.

The plan is to first have elementary students in class by January 25, 2021.

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