Bay District Schools to hold workshop to discuss next school year
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) -
Plans are in the works for what Bay District classrooms will look like next school year amid the coronavirus pandemic. On July 7th the school board will host a public workshop to nail down the plans for the next school year.
School board officials say the workshop will go over everything that goes into returning to campus and a traditional classroom setting.
Officials hope to answer any questions parents and students may have.
“Workshops are a great opportunity for the superintendent and his staff to share with the board what their vision, what their plan is for the next school year,” said School Board Chairman Steve Moss. “Not only am I a school board member, I’m a parent. So, I’m anxious too to see what his plan is and what his vision is for what a traditional classroom setting looks like.”
Officials say they want the public to give feedback so they can tailor the plan to the needs of Bay District students.
“What Bay County might do could be different, especially in regards to face coverings, what you can and cannot wear, the social distancing part of it. There’s a ton that’s going to go into our decision-making process,” said Moss.
The workshop will be at 11 a.m. at the Nelson building on July 7th and is open to the public.
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