Whitefish Bay School District to begin phasing in students for in-person learning
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Whitefish Bay School District will start phasing in students at all schools for in-person learning starting this month.
The details were provided in a letter from Superintendent Dr. John Thomsen on Thursday, Feb. 11.
The letter outlines current plans for students at Cumberland and Richards Elementary Schools, Whitefish Bay Middle School and Whitefish Bay High School.
It says as the number of students in the classroom increases, the physical distance between students will be reduced, and may be approximately three feet due to the size of classrooms. Safety mitigations will remain in place, and students who attend class in person and need to quarantine and/or test positive for COVID will "live stream" into their in-person classroom for the duration of their isolation.
You can read the letter in full, below: