Humboldt County, Calif. (KIEM) – 18,000 students in Humboldt County are waiting to find out how they will be learning this school year. Three options are available: distance learning, hybrid learning, and full time in person learning.
Each Humboldt County School District and Charter School will be making their own decision on operations for fall. The Office of Education has provided framework for re-opening Humboldt County Schools that was collaboratively developed for school districts to help move forward in this process.
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Chris Hartley, Ed.D, the Humboldt County Superintendent of Schools say, “he is impressed by the passion and compassion the community has shown for our students during this complicated time.”
We can expect decision from the 32 School Districts in the coming weeks.