Created: July 15, 2020 09:50 AM
Catholic Central High School in Troy announced it has adopted a hybrid model for the upcoming academic year.
The faculty will simultaneously teach in-person from their classrooms and online for students who opt to stay home because of coronavirus.
School officials said they prefer to have all students on campus if possible, but they understand that may not be possible due to underlying health and safety concerns.
They expect some students will mix in-person and virtual learning as family dynamics change day by day.
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