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Griswold Public Schools Possibly To Change Learning Model

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In a letter dated 9/23/20, GPS Superintendent Sean McKenna stated to  parents that they may be changing the learning model from the current hybrid learning model.  A model which is being used in similar fashions throughout the state.

The plan right now, according to the communication is that Griswold Public Schools are planning to now go back to a full in school model by the end of October/early November, at the end of the academic quarter.  McKenna also said in the letter that the school would continue to monitor the town, the region, and the state, as well as public health metrics.

McKenna also said in the letter to parents that there will be another communication in mid October to confirm whether or not they will be moving forward to the full in school model.

Written by: Mike Minarsky

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